Will Smith and co-actors Joel Edgerton and Noomi Rapace, and chief David Ayer on Monday evening went to the world debut of Bright, which will begin gushing on Netflix from December 22.Will Smith, who is immensely well known in India cordiality his work in films like Men in Black and The Pursuit of Happyness, got the loudest applause as he strolled the phase to collaborate with VJs Rannvijay Singha and Bani.
As Rannvijay requested that the performer give a message to his fans here, Smith shared his considerations about working in Bright, where he plays an African-American cop, who is a supremacist. “To me, this is a film all about Joel’s character, who is an Orc. It is a society where Orcs are kind of looked down upon. But he dreams, and so it says that no matter who you are, you should dream. Nobody should tell you who you are, nobody should define you. Noomi plays an Elf, and in the film, the elves are at the top in the society, so, they have it all. In our fantasy world, the humans are in the middle.
“I play an African-American cop, who is a racist against Orcs. So, the film is an interesting exploration about how we treat each other. What we love about science-fiction is that you get to go in this fantasy world but you are dealing with real things. Because it is a fantasy world, you find it easier to digest it all than when we are talking about actual social issues.”
Towards the end, Rannvijay asked Will Smith and others to show an Indian move. Smith beatboxed and afterward joined his Bright group in attempting a stage of Bangra, a Punjabi people move the frame.
— High Street Phoenix (@gophoenixing) December 18, 2017