Certain films, like "Khaleja" and "Swades," don't always have a committed fan base when they first come out. But not every badly reviewed movie becomes a cult classic. Consider the mediocre 2009 movie "Oy!" To capitalise on the Valentine's Day frenzy, it was re-released despite its dismal result. But it appears like the excitement isn't justified.
 
A tiny fan base created enthusiasm for this re-release, which led to misunderstandings and false impressions. The director of the picture, though, is overindulging in the enthusiasm. Even though "Oy" is a cliched film that has been lifted verbatim from other bollywood and hollywood productions, the filmmaker is now handling it like a ground-breaking masterpiece. social media amplifies these feelings, and viral videos and filmmaker tales add to the false impression that "Oy" is something it's not. social media has led to a growing number of individuals believing that "Oy" is superior to what it actually is.
 

Social media amplifies these feelings, and viral videos and filmmaker tales add to the false impression that "Oy" is something it's not. social media has led to a growing number of individuals believing that "Oy" is superior to what it actually is. Stories from the film are being shared online by the filmmaker, who inflates their significance. However, it's crucial to keep in mind that not every film that has a modest fan base is a genuine masterpiece.
 
 


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