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    Do you think Director is the main reason for the success of a movie or anything?

    Movies are the most entertaining lot for common Indian. The success of movie ultimately depends in the hands of a common man. In the past success of a movie is credited to Producer, Director, Writer of the script, music director, Play back singers, Actors, technicians etc. and altogether. But at the present for the success of movie in Indian film industry is mainly credited to the Director of the film. Even the stars of the order of Amitabh also giving more and prime importance to Director rather than other technicians of the movie. Many star actors are also giving more importance to directors rather than other technicians or co-actors involved in the movie. Members, do you think Directors are the main reasons for the success of various movies or anything else is the reason?
  • #991
    Any activity is a team effort and the success of the activity depends on the team spirit and team work. Every element in the team is important. That is why that element is there. In case of film the team consist of the producer, director, actors, technicians, musicians, singers, the dubbing artists etc. Just as in a team of players there is a captain and the play of the captain alone is not going to win the match, in film director is important but all others have to put in their respective roles and that alone will contribute the success. Of course in the films the audience taste is also an important factor.

  • #993
    It not only depends upon director, It depends upon the crew members too. But the overall credits will reach director in public.

  • #996
    All the constituents in making a film are important. But there is one person whose visualisation matters a lot. Without proper direction the impact of the movie may not be meaningful. Other members may play their limited role but the director's role is all inclusive to give the movie a meaning.


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