Actor Sachiin Joshi, whose film Mumbai Mirror hit theatres on Friday, is overwhelmed with the reviews and says that the critics' opinion matters.
"I feel critics matter, they play a role in any film's success. I am shocked and can't believe the kind of reviews I have got from them till now. A lot of media has watched it, thank you all," Sachiin said here Thursday at the premiere of the film.
He further states that any genre can work today, provided the content and other technicalities are fine tuned.
"I believe that content is the king and no one can take that over. With content if you keep other elements right also then the film works. There is no such thing as a big or a small film. It's not like only horror works, cop drama works or romantic. It's about good content, you make a good film, every genre works," he said.
Directed by Ankush Bhatt, "Mumbai Mirror" also stars Prakash Raj, Gihana Khan, Mahesh Manjrekar, Prashant Narayanan among others.
The film exposes the nexus between dance bar owners and the police.