Thing that are kept wrapped
till now is being flowing out as lava from the director Sanjay leela bansali
who has recently addressed the press during the recent meet for his upcoming
The director says ' I've been fearless while making this film.
For Ram-Leela, I looked at the story of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. The
colour palette is red because after the Catholic colours of Black and Guzaarish
and the Muslim green of Saawariya, I wanted to move into a new zone. So I went
back to my Gujarati roots. It's the first time I've named a heroine after my
mother. Ram is like my father. This is a tribute to a love story that I wanted
to see when i was a child — the one I hoped
to existed. I've given my every possible shot for Ram-Leela and couldn't
make it better if i was given another chance'.
Is there a film that you feel
would become better if you made it again?
'Khamoshi'. I feel that film
was a dark spot in my career because somewhere, I compromised for it. I was
forced to change the ending. I was told that the audience would stop watching
the film midway, so I gave in. Since it was my first film, I didn't know any
No other film? What about
Never for Saawariya, Yes it
failed, but I won't change anything. It is the film that I wanted to make and
I'm proud of making it.
But how do you react to a
failure? How do you get it out of your system?
The moment the first trailer of
the film goes out, a part of me goes out with it and when the film releases, in
a way, I get released from it. Within 10 days, I'm onto the next film. I've
never taken a break of more than two-three days after a flick. I want to
quickly get onto the new story with a new team because that's the only way I