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He has demonstrated the patriarchal mindset that is prevalent in this country - unfortunately, he will get away with it.
It's our fault that we have given stardom to such a misogynistic idiot!
Our economic progress loses a lot of meaning if hundreds of thousands of children have no hopes of a future.
It's like a dream come true for us. It's like taking a part of India and getting it to London for audiences to see what India's about, what we are all about as dancers and what our culture's all about.
I am third generation and my family has been in the business for 60 years. So out of the 100 years, 60 years of that time my family has been in it. So for me it's great because I have been around for five years and so for me just to be a small speck in that 100 years is incredible.
Just the fact that Cannes mentions it (Indian cinema), or at least brings attention to the rest of the world as a tribute to this cinema is big enough. And then to find your self actually being asked to do the opening with Leonardo was just an unbelievable experience.
I have tried to make it as real as possible. So it does not look too much like decorations.
The secret to our success if that we deal with human emotions and we deal with humans and all our stories are about families and people and that never changes, people are the same everywhere around the world. The values, the family, the sense of music, fun, excitement. It's uplifting the cinema and that doesn't change. You want to watch it anywhere.
I would say it's a really nice slice of life film, which basically takes you on a journey of two people and how they basically come of age.
When you send a Danish script to foreign actors or foreign investors etc, then you have a huge goodwill. It is built up over the last twenty years.
Well this is a story of this guy who's come from India, that's played by me, the name of the character is Addhi and he comes here on a scholarship to pursue his further his studies, and he's caught in a dilemma of whether to go back or stay back in London. And he finds Thareni played by Tanisha, he falls for her.
It took us by surprise actually because crossing the likes of 'The Avengers' and 'Thor' was something that is a great achievement for a Hindi film, considering that we don't have a universal language. This is the first Indian film which is completely home, home, homegrown. All the video effects have been done in India.