by Bharati Dubey.
The kind of films being made today are a reflection of the cinema of our times. Take the example of Shaitan. There is nothing left to your imagination, in terms of the treatment given by the director. A first-time director comes in today with a restricted budget; but he puts in everything in that film to prove himself. He does not just stick to the storytelling – he tries to change the method of filmmaking.
This was also the case with Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster. Another reason I feel is that if a big name associates itself with a young filmmaker, his confidence automatically goes up. Today, producers want different kinds of products to come out from their company. They want to see more filmmakers budding out.
Rea the res of this article from Times of India.
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