"I think cop film works when you incorporate socially relevant issues in it. When you see films like 'Zanjeer' or 'Singham' you will see that the makers of that film has shown relevant issues which existed during that time," Shetty said.
In 'Simmba' he has tried to show subject of rape cases which is quite relevant in India. "In 'Simmba', we have shown quite a relevant problem which has been faced by the entire country. It's our take about what we can do or what can happen to deal with the issue," he said.
"I think the film which shows reflection of a society onscreen gets appreciated by the audience. You can't show vague things as far as cop films are concerned. For a cop film, you have to deal with a problem which is there in the society," he said.
Ashutosh Rana said there are two types of films: one is made for classes another is made for masses. "But this film made by Rohit Shetty is a classic film. I feel both classes and masses will appreciate the film," Rana said.
Producer Karan Johar is keen to make franchise of 'Simmba' along with Rohit Shetty. "Iska kya matlab hai.. neki aur pooch pooch (there is no doubt about it). Rohit's another name is Rohit 'Franchise' Shetty. He makes franchise of everything, but he can't make franchise of himself because there is no one who can become Rohit Shetty," said Johar.
'Simmba' is produced by Karan Johar's Dharma Productions.
The film will release on 28 December 2018.
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