Vastavam web: Filmmaker Anurag Kashyap today said that people may see many things happening in daily life but when the same is presented in a film then it is criticised.On a question from the audience that why he uses abusive terms in films, the filmmaker pointed out that it is not used deliberately but are set in a natural way.”We have become like this that we can see and hear such things in our routine life but not in film, as if the entire burden of the society on films. Many things may happen in the country but if they are screened in cinema, then the society will be ruined,” he added.
Kashyap, who has been credited as a director, producer, writer and actor, said that his epic two-part film “Gangs of Wasseypur” was life changing films for him.Kashyap said he draws motivation from people like Ram Gopal Varma, who do not stop and continue with for their work while being unfazed by others.Kashyap also shared his experience of working for his film “Gulaal” in Rajasthan, the state which saw fierce protests in recent days over Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s “Padmaavat” from various Rajput groups, including Karni Sena.”We travelled a lot and met many people. That time was a very different time. Broken down palaces and things were there. I came to know about the history. People were living so much in the past and they were not progressing… they were stuck,” he said.