Anurag Kashyap feels responsible for Ranbir Kapoor’s failure


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This year has been a considerably good one for director Anurag Kashyap, especially with the successful run of ‘Udta Punjab’ (2016) at the box office, and everyone raving about his villainous act in ‘Akira’ (2016), also starring Sonakshi Sinha in the lead role.

The recent successes however, haven’t let the director forget��about the debacle of ‘Bombay Velvet’ (2015). Both the filmmaker and actor��Ranbir Kapoor had suffered the biggest setback of their careers when the film��failed to impress audience and critics alike. Kashyap recently opened up about the entire experience and stated that the failure of the movie was completely his fault, and that he hadn’t taken a firm stand on instances where he should have.

As reported by��BollywoodHungama, the director reminisced about having gone into depression after the film’s failure, with people attacking him for it. Appreciating Kapoor for being open to experimenting with unusual roles unlike many other actors in the industry, Kashyap also felt responsible for his lead actor and said that they’d let Kapoor down as a team.

The filmmaker however added that nothing has changed between Kapoor and him despite the flop. He added that he would like to work with Kapoor again.

Once bitten, twice shy? Maybe, maybe not, Kashyap said he’s learnt his lessons from all the bad decisions he’s made.��He further admitted that he is a complete control freak and will be writing, directing, producing all his films himself, in association with a studio, but never again on such a grand scale.

According to the Buzz, Kashyap has��four scripts in mind for his upcoming ventures, viz., a gangster drama, two films that will be based out of Uttar Pradesh (UP) as he believes UP is a Hindi speaking state, and another one based in Bihar.

By Chandrika Rao

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