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Khushbu Sundar's Comments on South Film Industry Demand! 🎬

Khushbu Sundar, once a star heroine in the South Indian film industry, has made significant remarks about the demand for certain types of movies in the South. Known for her roles in Kannada, Tamil, and Telugu films, Khushbu enjoyed immense popularity during her prime. Nowadays, she appears in character roles and is also active in politics. Recently, her film "Aranmanai 4" grossed ₹100 crore! 💰✨

In a recent interview, Khushbu commented on the changing dynamics of the industry:

"I am not a producer who only makes female-centric films. I want to produce movies like ‘Darlings’ and ‘Crew’. However, there is no audience for such films in the South. It takes time for the audience to appreciate these genres. ‘Badhaai Ho’ was remade in Tamil but it did not achieve much success. That's why such films are not given much attention in the South," she said.

She further added, "There have been significant changes in the way films are made. The mindset of business from heroes still exists. Along with this, actresses can also play important roles and perform wonders."

Khushbu's husband Sundar C directed "Aranmanai 4," a horror-comedy entertainer starring Raashi Khanna and Tamannaah in lead roles. The film received a positive response upon its release. Khushbu began her career in the film industry as a child artist and has since become a prominent figure in Indian cinema.