Well being a South Indian, our films are all about "intervals" including the fact that interval card itself would take a lot of thinking & pre-interval or what they call interval block would take lot of thought process, scenes especially written for that.
If I consider south films then it's impossible for Hindi films to ever find a place, leave top 5, not even in top 10.
It's all the more fun to see how creatively they showcase the interview card,
In Kannada film Malla, they didn't show it as "BREAK" instead it was a shocking scene so they showed it as SHOCK.
In Ready, the only clever thing or creative thing in the whole movie was the interval card which said "PEE BREAK".
In Iddarammayilatho, it was just this sign, ? which was apt.
It has been an habit to wait for the interval scene just to see how they've handled the interval block & to see how that appears on screen.
SS Rajamouli's films are all about interval scenes as it contributes majorly for the story...
Vikramarkudu (Rowdy Rathore) had both Ravi Tejas appear on screen & a big violent action scene with punching dialogues.
Simhadri had the shocking pre-interval scene where amidst violent action scene heroine Bhumika Chawla stabs hero NTR Jr. Still rate it one of the best interval scene.
Bahubali The Beginning had the slow motion headless walk as interval scene.
I mean every single SS Rajamouli film has this. Either violent action scene or superb comedy scene with "what next" kind of feel like in Maryada Ramanna. It was totally fcuked up in Son of Sardaar.