According to actor Kay Kay Menon, there isn’t enough quality movie on the big screen, but thanks to OTT, fans have access to quality entertainment.
The renowned actor Kay Kay Menon believes that there is a dearth of quality film on the big screen and that OTT audiences have been able to view high-quality content.
The actor, who has been providing us with entertainment for decades, will soon be seen in the movie “Love All,” which will feature the first-ever cinematic presentation of the game of badminton.
Regarding the movie, his love of sports, and other topics, Kay Kay Menon spoke.
Talking about his film, Kay Kay Menon said, “If you love cinema, I feel our film is for you. There is a lack of good cinema on the silver screen. Because of many OTT channels, audiences are able to watch good content now. It is for the first time that badminton as a sport is showcased in a film. Badminton is the star of our film. This film is a must for the kids and I feel adults will also learn a lot from it.”
In discussing the value of sports in kids’ lives, he added, “I think kids should have access to open spaces. Their way of life requires them to be outside. Otherwise, it becomes a problem. It’s unfortunate that today’s youth don’t like playing outside since they are preoccupied with electronic devices. The government’s decision to mandate sports education in schools today makes me delighted. We learn life balance through sports. It teaches us how to play the game of life and accept victory and defeat.
The actor continued, “I have always participated in sports throughout my life, and I believe that I will do so until the day I pass away.”
The actor continued, “I have always participated in sports throughout my life, and I feel that I will continue to do so until the day I pass away.”
The significance of sports in children’s life is the subject of the sports play “Love All.”
Kay Kay Menon, Swastika Mukherjee, Shriswara, and Robin Das are among the actors who appear in the Sudhanshu Sharma-directed movie.
The movie is scheduled to open in theatres on August 25.