Anurag Kashyap warns Rishab Shetty not to make the same mistake as ‘Sairat’ after

Anurag Kashyap recently opened up about the problems with pan-India films. The filmmaker also recalled the time he told ‘Sairat’ director Nagraj Manjule that the film would probably destroy Marathi cinema.

In a round table conversation, Kashyap said that the success of Marathi film, ‘Sairat’ made people realise that there is a possibility to make so much money. According to him, suddenly Umesh Kulkarnis and everybody else stopped making those films because they wanted to emulate ‘Sairat’.

Elaborating further, Anurag added that if Rishab Shetty starts changing the way and begins making big-budget movies with an eye on the box office then that will be a problem. The approach to the film has to be the same, the filmmaker told Galatta Plus.

Anurag also went on to give the example of American filmmaker Jason Blum and stated that he didn’t change the core business model. Even after experiencing success in low-budget horror movies, Blum refused to increase the production cost of his films. According to him, Blum still makes films in extremely controlled budgets, with all the backends, with everybody getting money out of it when the films become successful.

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