Of Our Own In MyWood Industry
Malaysia Indians still idolizing the B-grade actors and actresses of other Wood. But, they failed to appreciate artists in MyWood. B-grade actors brought to Malaysia as a guest of honor for MyWood contented productions by some event organizers in selfishly securing their financial pools by forgetting about the dignity, progress and livelihood of MyWood artists.
The first locally made Tamil cinema was ‘Naan Oru Malaysian’ by Director Pansha in 1991. He is one of the leading Malaysian Malay movie producers. Over the last 10 years, he has made over 20 Malaysian Tamil dramas for Malaysian TV stations. These talented MyWood assets recognized globally but Malaysian Indians failed to do so.
As Malaysians, we don’t practice cast system in our daily life routine. Yet, Malaysia Indians are enjoying, adoring and mesmerized by the movies made by other wood which based cast’s storylines and serials. Furthermore, gender rights have been viral nowadays. Yet, Malaysia Indians are still welcoming some artists that are seen disgracing the female artists in a B Grade 18sx films. This brings exploitation to the Feminism.
Idolize B-grade actors of other Woods is slowly killing Malaysia renowned and young vibrant Mywood artists. Here, we are not projecting wrong impression on other Wood’s artists but creating awareness about the future of MyWood artists have become dim. Will you still idolize B-grade actors of other Woods if one of the upcoming talented MyWood artists is your son or daughter? If no, do you still insist in welcoming other Wood’s B-grade artists to be guest of honor for MyWood productions when Malaysia fulfilled with capable and skillful MyWood talents? Let’s wait and see.
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Content Contributed by : Arvind Raj