"My producer should be happy, 'Kidnap' was made on a low budget and Ashtavinayak (producers) was very happy. I wish that people also would have liked it better," Gadhvi told IANS.
"A director must think of why a producer is making a film and what he expects of the director. You need to merge what he (producer) thinks, the public wants and what you think the public wants," he added.
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