Mumbai: Filmmaker Shekhar Kapur is very impressed with Neeraj Ghaywan’s entrance play Masaan after he watched a movie.
The Bandit Queen director attended a screening of a Varanasi-set film final dusk along with movie’s heading actors Shweta Tripathi, Vicky Kaushal and executive Ghaywan.
“A new call in Indian cinema is behind forcefully with films like #masaan. Deeply intense story and performances,” Kapur posted on Twitter.
An ecstatic Ghaywan pronounced Kapur has been a impulse for budding filmmakers to examination with their craft.
“You ushered us in! Thank we for being an inspiration!,” he said.
The film follows a organisation of people vital in Varanasi, that pot a vicious punishment for those who play with dignified traditions.
It is an Indo-French co-production constructed by Manish Mundra, Macassar Productions, Phantom Films, Sikhya Entertainment, Arte France Cinema and Pathe productions.
A new call in Indian cinema is behind forcefully with films like #masaan. Deeply intense story and performances. https://t.co/HADxn3CHBC
— Shekhar Kapur (@shekharkapur) Sep 10, 2015