Stars and film-makers debate the current state of Bollywood.
Actors and film-makers shared their views on the future of entertainment at the first Jagran Cinema Summit in Mumbai on Friday, September 15.
Kangana Ranuat, who has been hugely praised for her performance in Simran, was the star attraction at the event.
Not surprisingly, Kangana spoke about her feminism, declaring that she didn't hate men.
Shekhar Kapur, Kangana, Mayank Shekhar, entertainment editor, Mid-Day, which is owned by the Jagran group, light the lamp.
Vivek Oberoi, who starred in Inside Edge, a Web series for Amazon, spoke about whether the size of the screen matters.
The discussion was anchored by Mini Mathur.
Producers Madhu Mantena and Shrishti Behl also spoke about 'Does size matter?'
Baahubali's huge success dominated the second discussion.
Producer Mukesh Bhatt felt Baahubali was an 'event experience' similar to what he had experienced as a child when he saw Mughal-E-Azam.
Sajid Khan felt people who usually don't come to cinemas turned up at movie halls when word spread about Baahubali's appeal.
Varun Dhawan spoke about the 'Future of Stardom'.
Producer Siddharth Roy Kapur was also present.
Photographs: Pradeep Bandekar