Director Atlee says "I don't like the word Pan India" in the Recent Event

Director Atlee rejects 'Pan India' tag, advocating for unity in diversity in Indian cinema. Films, he believes, are for all, not bound by language or region.

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Renowned director Atlee, known for his blockbuster hits like "Theri," "Mersal," and "Bigil," has recently expressed his views on the term 'Pan India' in the film industry. At a recent event, the director, who has been a driving force behind some of the biggest successes in Indian cinema, including his recent collaboration with Shah Rukh Khan in "Jawan," shared his perspective on the concept of 'Pan India' films.


Expressing his professional stance, Atlee stated, "As a professional person from the film fraternity, I don't like the word Pan India. India is one, and unity in diversity is one. Language is just a communication medium; they are not knowledges." The director emphasized the idea of unity in diversity, highlighting that all films are meant for everyone, irrespective of language or region.

Atlee further illustrated his point by referencing recent successes in Indian cinema, such as "KGF" which he mentioned as the biggest hit all over, elevating actors like Yash to the status of Indian Superstars. He also mentioned actors like Allu Arjun and Vijay, highlighting their films' reach and appeal across the country.

The director concluded by stating, "We are one, and we never like to call it Pan India films or crossover cinema; we like to call it Indian Film, an Indian Film fraternity." Atlee's views reflect a sentiment of inclusivity and national unity in the realm of Indian cinema, where films are celebrated as a reflection of the diverse cultural fabric of the country.







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