Director Remo D’Souza says he has consciously stayed away from using double meaning dialogues in his movies as he believes an entire family should be comfortable while watching a film. The choreographer-director feels since even children watch films, he ensures that nothing uncomfortable is shown in his movies.
Remo’s upcoming movie A Flying Jatt stars Tiger Shroff and Jacqueline Fernandez in lead roles.
“I never do that (use double meaning dialogues). If you have seen my earlier films, I never have those dialogues. I always make sure that whenever my films come, an entire family can watch together,” Remo told reporters here.
“No kid should watch a film and ask ‘why are they doing this, why that.’ I always ensure that the kids shouldn’t ask their parents any wrong questions while watching a film,” he said.
Remo is currently geared up for the release of his film A Flying Jatt. At an event today, the 44-year-old director said filmmaking is a huge responsibility, which should be used to teach children something valuable.
“I believe film gives education. There is a huge responsibility as a director to make films which can teach kids the right things and not wrong. So I’ll always make films which can teach something.”
A Flying Jatt marks the fourth directorial venture of Remo, who previously helmed movies such as Faltu and two instalments of the dance-film ABCD. The film stars Tiger Shroff in the lead role of a man with supernatural powers.
It also stars Jacqueline Fernandez and features Australian actor Nathan Jones in a negative role. The film is scheduled to release on August 25.