The boon and the curse of social networking sites goes hand in hand. The popular micro-blogging website Twitter which has become easy to access, thanks to the technology, has definitely brought the world closer, but has created a lot of problem to some of people in B-town. They feel that Twitter has become a platform for providing latest news directly from the horses' mouth, that too before time.
There is nothing bad in twitting your day to day life instances on the site, but then twitting about the film and its scenes apart from creating a lot of sensation is also taking away suspense factor from a particular movie.
Recently it has been reported that Kunal Kohli has restricted Deepika Padukone and Imran Khan from tweeting about their next movies together. Well that's the catch of the story. Kunal doesn't want things to go public so soon.
While the Bollywood actors cannot resist Twitter and keep tweeting about their lives which always includes their film talks, the directors and producers are worried about their movies which becomes later public before time, that viewers lose interest in it. Now, to protect the privacy and the authenticity of the movie is the prime responsibility of the film makers, as it earns them money.
But they forget that they are getting free PR from the social networking sites, which is creating hype for the movie – whether the movie is a flop or a hit is totally a different part of the story. The crux of the story is that from now on there is going to be a contract signed by the stars before they sign a film which will include not tweeting anything about the film till the right time comes for it go public.
The matter of fact is that, the film