Sunday, January 06, 2013
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Off-beat filmmaker Sudhir Mishra, who is changing his style of filmmaking and trying to enter commercial zone, is keen to work with stars. Saif Ali Khan and Aamir Khan are on his wish list, he reveals.
"If there is a star and correct casting, then it obviously increase the business. In today's cinema scenario, if you have extreme engaging script, even that works. And if you don't have star in your film, you better make a really very good film," added the filmmaker.
He has just wrapped up his next directorial venture "Inkaar(2013)" that stars mainstream hero Arjun Rampal along with Chitrangada Singh, whom Mishra introduced with his 2005 release "Hazaaron Kwhaishein Aisi".
He has fulfilled his desire to work with a star by teaming up with megastar Amitabh Bachchan in "Mehrunnisa", but refuses to disclose details about the movie.
"I waited for 15 years to do 'Mehrunnisa' with Amitabhji. I don't have a right to talk about the film now. There will be an interesting announcement regarding this," said Mishra, known for directing films like "Dharavi" and "Chameli".
His "Inkaar", which marks his changing style, is about sexual harassment at work place and is slated for a Jan 18 release.
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