By Hindustan Times
Shekhar Kapur feels that Indian filmmakers tend to misjudge the audience and this eventually leads to compromising on the content of the films.
"The filmmakers don't have faith in the audience, there is a mistrust between both sides. There is a coalition of people saying 'how much money
the film will make' and 'let's introduce an item number otherwise people will not go and watch the film'. But it's not like that, and this thinking has a huge impact," Kapur said at CII Media and Entertainment Summit 2012 here Tuesday.
The filmmaker, who is known for making films like Masoom, Mr India and Bandit Queen, feels that the Indian film industry is not growing, rather it's contracting.
"We say that it (films) is the medium of masses but it is actually now a medium