I was cancelled after Dev D by a lot of people for making a ‘misogynistic film’: Anurag Kashyap

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Published June 12, 2024 at 2:56pm

    Sandeep is honest: Anurag

    I had a long five-hour conversation with Sandeep: Anurag

    I don’t like anything more than honesty: Anurag

Bollywood director Anurag Kashyap came under criticism from a section of the audience after he made a post in support of Bollywood director Sandeep Vanga Reddy amidst criticism for misogynistic content in the Ranbir Kapoor-starrer Animal. He recently further reiterated his stance in an interaction with Zoom TV. “I like the guy. I have no problem with him. Unlike a lot of people in the industry who pretend to be someone they are not, he is honest. The former kind, I think, is even more toxic. But Vanga is an honest man. I don’t like anything more than honesty, no matter what others’ issues with honesty are. I love talking to him,” Anurag said. 

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Anurag had earlier talked about the interaction he had with Sandeep in a podcast with his daughter Aaliyah Kashyap. He recollected getting criticised on similar lines for the Abhay Deol-starrer Dev.D which released in 2009. “I met him and I liked him. I like the guy. I’ve had questions of my own and I wanted to talk to him about his film (Animal) and I invited him and I had a long five-hour conversation and I like the guy… I always believe in talking to people. I was cancelled after Dev D (2009) by a lot of people for making a ‘misogynistic’ film… I have often seen people isolating someone, attacking someone and that is not the way to be,” Anurag remarked.

I was cancelled after Dev D by a lot of people for making a ‘misogynistic film’: Anurag Kashyap

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    Sandeep is honest: Anurag

    I had a long five-hour conversation with Sandeep: Anurag

    I don’t like anything more than honesty: Anurag

Bollywood director Anurag Kashyap came under criticism from a section of the audience after he made a post in support of Bollywood director Sandeep Vanga Reddy amidst criticism for misogynistic content in the Ranbir Kapoor-starrer Animal. He recently further reiterated his stance in an interaction with Zoom TV. “I like the guy. I have no problem with him. Unlike a lot of people in the industry who pretend to be someone they are not, he is honest. The former kind, I think, is even more toxic. But Vanga is an honest man. I don’t like anything more than honesty, no matter what others’ issues with honesty are. I love talking to him,” Anurag said. 

Also Read: I felt Anurag Kashyap wasn’t making films of my type: Manoj Bajpayee

Anurag had earlier talked about the interaction he had with Sandeep in a podcast with his daughter Aaliyah Kashyap. He recollected getting criticised on similar lines for the Abhay Deol-starrer Dev.D which released in 2009. “I met him and I liked him. I like the guy. I’ve had questions of my own and I wanted to talk to him about his film (Animal) and I invited him and I had a long five-hour conversation and I like the guy… I always believe in talking to people. I was cancelled after Dev D (2009) by a lot of people for making a ‘misogynistic’ film… I have often seen people isolating someone, attacking someone and that is not the way to be,” Anurag remarked.

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