Most directors decide to treat the concept of “abroad” as a luxurious extension of big-budget Bollywood’s aspirational tone. But there have been films that don’t insist on highlighting where they are based as much as why their characters belong there at a certain point of time.
The screenwriter of films like Lamhe, Darr and Aaina looks back at simpler times in the film industry, how an FTII course opened her eyes up to world cinema, and feeling nervous for her kids before a release
Though the web allows filmmakers to go all out in a love scene without worrying about censorship, not many have achieved the warmth and tenderness the makers of Made of Heaven have. We ask Arjun Mathur, Alankrita Srivastava and Jay OZa what they did differently