Kuala Lumpur: Filmmaker Zoya Akhtar says a bond between brothers and sisters is not good represented on a large shade in India.
“I’ve always wanted to make a family drama. Drama is my favourite genre. Brother-sister attribute during a core hasn’t been good represented on Indian screens. It’s always wrapped in rituals … never what it unequivocally is. Nobody else knows we better.
“I wanted to uncover that attribute in Dil Dhadakne Do,” Zoya told reporters after a screening of her film during a Indian International Film Academy (IIFA) Weekend and Awards here on Saturday.
She hoped that a film, that revolves around a dysfunctional family with actors Priyanka Chopra and Ranveer Singh personification siblings, moves people.
“I wish it moves people and entertains them. we wish they consider about a things that they don’t consider about,” she pronounced about a film, that expelled on Friday.
“Dil Dhadakne Do” also stars Zoya’s hermit Farhan Akhtar, who believes Zoya creates films that are zodiacally applicable.
She found operative with her hermit easy. “He (Farhan) became a partial of a film given a scripting process. He has created a dialogues of a film,” she said.
Zoya also feels sanctified since luminary Aamir Khan supposed her ask to be a voice of a dog named Pluto in a film.
“Aamir has been good to Farhan, Ritesh (Sidhwani) and me. He saw a film, favourite it and he was on for Pluto,” she said.