Bhumika Chawla Comments South Bollywood MoviesAfter a long hiatus, Bhumika Chawla, who became the darling of the youth in the 2000s after her film with Pawan Kalyan, Kushi, is back in the limelight as her film, Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan, was released last week. In the film, she portrayed the wife of Venkatesh and sister-in-law of Salman Khan and Pooja Hegde.

During the promotion of the film, Bhumika spoke about the ongoing South Vs. Bollywood fight.

Bhumika said that it was always about a good film. She said if she wants to watch a good film, it can be in any language. It doesn’t matter. There is no such fight in Indian cinema, and it is all about good content.

She added, “I think the fight happens when the content is bad. If a person from Mumbai is watching a film in Tamil or Telugu, when they don’t watch a good film, they get really ticked off.”

She added, “They are not creating a fight. They are spending their really precious time to watch us. So when they don’t like it, they have their own comments.” She concluded by saying, “It’s not like a fight fight! You have to give good films to people to watch because they spend their precious and busy time in watching these films. I think the movies should be good but it can be in any language. So the fight is probably to watch good content.”

Bhumika’s statement made little sense; maybe she was trying to be diplomatic as she didn’t want to bash Bollywood, which is giving her work. If she was so conscious about good content, it is surprising that she chose to do a film with cringe content like Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan.