Filmmaker Sudhir Mishra believes that films these days are judged as political essays, regardless of the art of storytelling.
“There is a lack of political understanding, but it’s all about politics. Weird effing. The films are judged as political essays. Cinema has no place. Handicrafts have no place. Kya ho rela hai? (What’s going on?), ”Sudhir Mishra tweeted on Friday.
“The cinema is snatching an idea out of the air, apparently does not concern anything, but then it becomes much more. Of your life and mine. About your world and mine, ”Sudhir added.
Mishra entered Bollywood as a director with “Yeh Woh Manzil To Nahin” in 1987. He added traits of various stories to the cinematographic canvas, with “Hazaaron Khwaishein Aisi”, “Chameli”, “Inkaar”, “ Khoya Khoya Chand ”, and“ Calcutta Mail ”, over the years, in addition to the OTT film“ Serious Men ”and the web series“ Hostages ”.
His most recent project “Serious Men” was an adaptation of the book of the same name by Manu Joseph. The film starred Nawazuddin Siddiqui and told the story of a father who wants to create a bright future for his son.
Meanwhile, the filmmaker had shared that the pandemic had left an eternal impact on his life.
“I do not know all this experience of the pandemic. I lost some of my booty. When I saw myself terrified, holding my dad in my arms and running to an intensive care unit, then watching him die, it did something. I don’t know what exactly. It will show in my next (project), ”he told IANS in an interview in the past.
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