Free Press Journal
  • ‘I always start blind’, says Anurag Kashyap about his filmmaking process

    More than a decade and over a dozen films later, Anurag Kashyap’s filmmaking process remains the same — start a movie “blindly” and find it’s voice along the way being unsure of the outcome. Kashyap says he has always tried to find his films in the process. “I know a lot of filmmaker friends of mine who have figured their film out before they go to shoot. Shooting is execution for them.

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    “I have become typecast”

     He is 50 shades of black, and suspects all those who are constantly bright. Anurag Kashyap tells Shubarna Mukerji Shu that he will eventually do everything he wants to do.

  • Learning about failure from the genius Guru Dutt…

    Actor-filmmaker Guru Dutt continues to be an inspiration to filmmakers and audiences. While discussing the relevance of his films with veteran writers Dinesh Raheja and Jitendra Kothari, authors of the books on the screenplays of Guru Dutt, filmmaker Vidhu Vinod Chopra averred, “’Kaagaz Ke Phool’ is a flop film and here we are discussing it. So who decides failure? Cinema is beyond the box office.”


    Actor Kay Kay Menon, who plays the role of an investigative officer in filmmaker Anurag Kashyap’s much-talked-about film BOMBAY VELVET, says that he agrees with the latter’s decision to release BOMBAY VELVET in May next year. Justifying the decision to postpone the release of the film citing pending VFX work, which was initially set for a November 2014 release, Kay Kay says that Anurag shows his work only when he is a