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“90% of feminist filmmakers are frauds,” claims Anurag Kashyap

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In an open discussion on the status of the business, filmmaker Anurag Kashyap identified two types of directors: those who are sincere in their desire to make money and nothing more, and opportunists. Anurag stated that, in contrast to widespread assumptions, the autonomous space is frequently harsher. It’s at this point that people genuinely desire to undermine one another.
Anurag res ponded to a question regarding the development of feminist film in recent years, which provides a counterbalance to toxic masculine narratives: “I firmly believe that every filmmaker should have the right to make every kind of film. I know most filmmakers personally, even the most troublesome ones,” he went on. “There are two types of commercial filmmakers: those responsible for movies like Salaar and KGF. There are individuals who seize opportunities and those who are forthright in their desire to create successful movies and amass wealth.”
“However, the filmmakers who appear to be feminists, socialists, or revolutionaries,” he continued. “Tell you what? Ninety percent of them are scammers. Everybody is posing. I’ve come to the conclusion that indie filmmakers are the worst after attempting to bring together countless of them for so many years. Considering that all they’re doing is disparaging and berating one another, What distinguishes the so-called wise folks from the so-called idiots? The idiots are all together. The “intelligent” individuals are occupied with disparaging one another.”

Kennedy, a noir thriller starring Rahul Bhat and Sunny Leone, is Anurag’s latest release. Although it made its debut at the Cannes Film Festival the previous year, the movie still doesn’t have a release date!
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