The 43-year-old filmmaker said that he was tired of the media and reviewers’ for bashing his movies for “only having many automobile sequences”.
“I’m not blowing up cars this time in. I am in ‘Golmaal Again’ on detox. It’s a little unfair that you do so much hard work to make a two and half hour movie|work and they all talk about is the way|is I blow cars|off cars are just blown by me.
“They make it look like the moment they sat to watch the film till the time they left the theaters, it was only about that. Select any picture of mine, there has not been a car sequence that has surpassed two moments, maximum five,” Shetty told reporters on the sets of this movie in Ramoji Film City.
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