Director Anubhav Sinha recently says – “It took me 16 years to figure out my voice. The most important question in the life of a filmmaker remains what he wants to make and why”. He believes literature is the main and major source of cinema altogether. Anubhav Sinha further says – “I think Hollywood continues making fantastic films on books. I myself bought four books but that is more of a personal kind of thing. On the contrary, I think it is increasing now. Especially on OTT platforms, we are looking at books now because there is so much content.”
Talking about social responsibility in cinema he says – “That society which goes to films, to single screens, to be entertained. You know them – people who work hard and do jobs like pulling rickshaws. They will not come to an intellectual discourse.”
While further talking about Mulk which did came in 2018 Anubhav Sinha addresses – “I had met him for the first time while working on Mulk and he turned out to be a loveable person as we worked. We were in constant touch till his last day. I miss Rishiji and Taapsee here.” In Mulk, Rishi Kapoor did played a pivotal role and Anubhav Sinha talking about him reminisce him.