Despite success, John and Vikram won't stick to small budget films
April 25, 2012 12:50:34 PM IST Joginder Tuteja, Glamsham Editorial
Over the weekend gone by, John Abraham and Vikram Bhatt clashed at the box office with VICKY DONOR and HATE STORY. Fortunately for them, both films have emerged as clear winners. What is also common about both films is that they are low budget ventures. However both producers are sure that they won't be sticking to making only small films though.
Says John, ''I am looking at great creative content and everything else revolves only around that. VICKY DONOR was supposed to be made at a small budget but if tomorrow a film demands 25 crores, I will pump that kind of money in it.''
JOHN ABRAHAM and VIKRAM BHATT
Same holds true for Vikram as well who, after making small films like HATE STORY, LANKA and HAUNTED 3D, is now going big with DANGEROUS ISHHQ. He says, ''DANGEROUS ISHHQ has twice the budget of HAUNTED and three-four times that of HATE STORY. It is going to be horses for courses though shock value would now be inherent part of my cinema.''
Well guys, as long as the film entertains, we don't really mind how much of your money goes into bringing them on screen. While John would be returning soon with I, ME AUR MAIN, Vikram's next few outings are 1920 - EVIL RETURNS, RAAZ 3 and HAUNTED 2.