When making ‘Bombay Talkies’, Anurag Kashyap had his doubts about how certain filmmakers would fit in��in the film. However it seems like that has all changed.
The film, which brings together four short stories ��by four different filmmakers – Anurag Kashyap, Karan Johar, Zoya Akhtar and��Dibakar Banerjee -��has been made to mark the celebration of a 100 years of Bollywood.
As reported by NDTV, Kashyap states, “Initially, I used to feel that Karan is a misfit but not anymore. The more I have discovered him, I love him a lot. I identify with him on a lot on many things in life. And he is also who he is because of where he comes from. He aspires to be a filmmaker… he is constantly trying to change himself, adapt to situations, produces films for younger lot.”
Talking about the film , Kashyap goes onto add, “I have seen their films and they have done a brilliant job. Everybody has made a magical film. There is a silent secret competition between the four of us but my favourite is Karan Johar’s film.”
‘Bombay Talkies’ is set to release on 3rd May.