Confirms Vipul, "Yes, they have shown a keen interest in preserving the screenplay of Action Replayy. They send out the invites for those films which they need for research purpose. Even earlier, a copy of screenplay of Namastey London was shared with them when they had expressed their desire for that. I am glad that they feel Action Replayy is worthy enough for students of cinema to read and learn."
Screenplay of Action Replayy has been written by Vipul Shah and Aatish Kapadia. While the film has managed to make an impression at the Academy, ironically in 'apna Bollywood', many critics were far away from being kind to this Akshay Kumar-Aishwarya Bachchan film.
"It only shows how far detached are quite a few of our esteemed critics from grasping the real content of cinema," shrugs away Vipul, "Academy has shown so much interest, those from the audience, who have seen the film, have liked it but then some really scathing comments from the critics did come as a shocker. Now that the screenplay is going to the Oscars library, it is definitely a redemption of sorts."
The makers of Action Replayy have a reason to smile. After all, the Library of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences wants the screenplay of the film for its permanent script collection. Producer-director Vipul Shah got intimation on this regard early this week and he is making the necessary arrangements to ensure that a copy of the screenplay reaches Margaret Herrick library.