Whenever a film scores a hit or flop, the first person to get the maximum impact is the producer. But unfortunately, most of the times, many producers are on the receiving end for the wrong reasons. Well, the business of cinema has become increasingly challenging and many producers are in confusion and tension.
In the case of big films, big stakes are involved and as per an average, 95% of films result in flops. Though the makers claim it to be a hit it is not so. Even if profits come it is just marginal and not worth the efforts and tensions. The producers are focusing on making heroes and their fans happy which is a key cause.
Secondly, if films get delayed the interest rates taken on the finance soar and things misfire. Thirdly, if audience gives thumbs down then everything is gone. The factors are many and at the end of the day, the producers are in constant confusion and tension. One ray of hope is now emerging with news that many producers exploring the 'cooperative formula' suggested by the eccentric genius Ram Gopal Varma. Here's wishing some bright and prosperous days to all producers.