"Veteran filmmaker Subhash Ghai, who has spent over four decades in Bollywood and has given memorable films like 'Khalnayak', 'Karz', 'Hero' and 'Ram Lakhan', says content for the entertainment sector is now created with a lot of depth and perspective..
'The past few years have witnessed a rapid growth in not only entertainment, communication and fashion but also in other technological domains. Content for entertainment sector is now created with a lot of depth and perspective. The idea of giving a strong emphasis on social issues and spreading awareness through the media platforms has increased,' Ghai told IANS over an email when asked about the trends in the entertainment, communication and fashion industry.
He pointed out that the environmental conscious behaviour of customers has led the fashion industry to evolve in a dramatic way.
Ghai started his career in Hindi cinema as an actor with the 1967 film 'Taqdeer'. His directorial debut was the 1975 Shatrughan Sinha and Reena Roy-starrer hit 'Kalicharan' -- which he also wrote. He turned producer with his musical classic 'Karz' in 1980.
He formed his own company Mukta Arts Pvt Ltd, under which he made evergreen musical blockbuster 'Hero', introducing Jackie Shroff. This was followed by many blockbusters in a row including 'Meri Jung', 'Karma', 'Ram Lakhan', 'Saudagar', 'Khalnayak', 'Pardes' and 'Taal' until 2001.
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