Indore, June 25 (Agency) Amid the ongoing debate over South Indian cinema versus Hindi cinema on the earnings scale, actor Ranbir Kapoor believes any film with a good story line can cross the boundaries of language and region and do well at the ticket window. He insisted that films in all languages of India should be addressed as “Indian films”. Speaking to reporters in Indore on Friday night, Ranbir said, “Films based on fine stories related to our culture, rites and traditions can be successful not only in India but across the world.” If you make a film on a good story, it can cross the boundaries of language and region and set the flag of success. The 39-year-old actor was asked whether Hindi films in the current era can make a big deal in theatres, if they bring out action-packed sequences in a grand manner on the lines of South Indian films. In response, Ranbir said, ‘Films made in South Indian languages have always done well. Our Hindi films are also doing well. We should address all these language films as Indian films, because we are making films for the entire country. He said that any film you make, you have to present all that through good story, effective characters, excellent filming of terrain and creativity, due to which the audience is drawn to the theatres. Ranbir had come to Indore along with his co-stars Sanjay Dutt and Vaani Kapoor besides director Karan Malhotra to promote his upcoming film ‘Shamshera’.