What ‘Bodyguard’ tells you about thinking big
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On the other side, Anurag Kashyap, the patron saint of indie cinema, publicly announced that he just needs 6.5 lakh tickets to sell for his latest That Girl In Yellow Boots — a figure that is yet to be conquered. The latest Kashyap- Kalki collaboration may not be the filmmaker's best offering but clearly, the majority of our film-going public would rather watch Salman do his thing rather than watch Kashyap do his. In the superstar versus super director fight, the star once again has the edge. You might not even know the name of Bodyguard's director — it's Siddique, by the way — but you have seen his film. Because it starred Salman.
The hero is back on the Indian screens, more powerful than ever and his superpower is the blockbuster. You just can't escape it.
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