Ryan Reynolds Says He Loves Indian Culture And Films
The Deadpool star sat down with HT recently
Ryan Reynolds, who won millions of fans over with his witty portrayal of Deadpool, said in a recent interview that he loves Indian films and the Indian culture. The actor was recently seen in Hobbs and Shaw and also voiced Pikachu for Pokémon Detective Pikachu.
In an interview with Hindustan Times, the actor said he loved Indian films.“Oh my god. I do love Indian culture and films. I think there is no greater contribution to cinema than from India. When I was a kid I got to see a couple of stuff from India. I would love to visit India and meet my fans,”
Ryan Reynolds was also questioned about Indian actors finding their way into Hollywood and diversity and he said he could understand the issue as a Candian. “I come from Canada, so I am also one of those actors. I love that. I feel the more the merrier. Everything that has been happening for the last few years is very exciting. So healthy and good. The films that are being made are mature and smarter. What’s important is that what’s on screen is reflective of what’s on the street. And I think the more cinema does that, more people are going to get an opportunity, which wasn’t there earlier,” he stated.
Fans can next catch Ryan Reynolds in Shawn Levy’s Free Guy which is an action-comedy about a bank teller who finds out that he is, in fact, just a background character in a video game called Free City. Apart from this, he will also be starring in 6 Underground, directed by Transformers director Michael Bay.