Mumbai, May 1 : Actor-producer Anil Kapoor says he’s a giant supporter of freelance cinema and has pursued the career of an freelance film producer once he had started manufacturing films.
“I’ve perpetually been a supporter of freelance films. i personally are an freelance film producer once Maine and my brother (Boney Kapoor) started… the largest example of an freelance film was ‘Slumdog Millionaire’, that was a little, very little film that became therefore large,” Anil told.
“All the freelance filmmakers ought to dream… something will happen, they may build a movie which could be seen everywhere the globe. i need to would like all the freelance filmmakers all the simplest for the longer term films that they’re going to be created,” he added.
Anil ventured into production with the 2002 film “Badhaai ho Badhaai” and afterwards made and co-produced varied films like “My Wife’s Murder”, “Short Kut: The Con is On”, ”Aisha”, “No Problem”, “Khubsoorat (2014)” and “Gandhi, My Father”, that had even won a National Award.
He is additionally manufacturing the Hindi version of the popular international series, “24”, which can come with its second season later this year.
Anil has talked regarding freelance cinema within the wake of “I am a movie Maker, I’m Independent” campaign started by Gaurav Pandey.