Vipul Shah quashes rumours of being hit by recession

By Taran Adarsh, Bollywood Hungama News Network

With the recession hitting the film industry hard, more and more film-makers are getting cautious and watching the situation minutely. It's said that the Studios have decided to adopt a wait-n-watch attitude, while several A-list independent producers have decided to hold on for the time being as well.

Rumours are rife that Vipul Shah has decided to put his multiple films on hold, for the time being. It's said that he's focussing on completing LONDON DREAMS first, before he takes stock of the situation and decides on his next move. “Completely untrue," Vipul quashes the rumours, “No recession can affect a good film. If you plan your film well, keep its economics in check and make all efforts to make a good film, things can’t go wrong.”

Agreed, but has he also decided to adopt a wait-n-watch stance? “I haven’t put any of my projects on hold. I was deep-neck into LONDON DREAMS for some time, hence couldn’t devote much time to the new projects I was planning to start. But let me clear this, the plan to make 4 films next year is definitely on. Right now, I am in the process of putting the projects together and will make an official announcement soon,” Vipul states.

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