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09-16-2012, 09:44 PM #1
I'm a part of the buy, consume junk game: Mahesh BhattMahesh Bhatt is among those filmmakers who changed with the changes happening in the Indian socio-political scenario. After directing a number of commercially and critically successful films, he has said no to direction since 1998. These days, he is producing films that touch new sides of human relationships. He talks about the change in his brand of cinema and how he wants to be perceived by the common viewers.
Q: From 'Manzilien Aur Bhi Hain', 'Arth' to 'Jism 2' and 'Raaz 3', it's really a big shift.
A: See, the world is not a stationary place; it keeps on changing in the blink of an eye. A filmmaker who made 'Saaransh', 'Arth', 'Naam', 'Aashiqui', 'Zakhm', 'Daddy', and 'Dil Hai Ki Manta Nahi' was a by-product of those times and those films bloomed in those times because of the environment in which I lived. It's a new demography, a new century; the digital age has changed the consciousness of the man drastically. Images and the sounds that the younger demography are exposed to, are radically different from what used to happen in the end of the last century, which has given birth to a different kind of cinema....being a human...