Veteran filmmaker Muzaffar Ali is quite busy these days with promotions of his upcoming directorial venture ‘Jaansiaar’, which is on verge of its release.
The talented filmmaker in an interview to media stated that the young actors these days are quite hesitant to work with independent filmmakers, as they are more keen to work with big production house, banners and big budget films.
As Muzaffar said, “In India, there are several actors. Whenever they feel that something positive is going to happen in their life, they get inclined towards multi-starrer, big banner and studio films. And before working with independent filmmakers, they think 100 times, eventually getting into a dilemma of which one to go for.”
“In cinema, both good and bad things always happen. Artists are born and are finished regularly. There are actors who don’t compromise and there are some who do compromise. More the number of mouths, more the talks. What is the way you want to move forward with, how you want to live and what you want to say, is eventually what your journey is.” added the filmmaker.
Talking about his film ‘Jaanisaar’, the film has Pakistani heartthrob Imraan Abbas in lead along with debutant actress Pernia Qureshi.
The film is periodic drama revolving around a love story between a prince and a dancer.
So far the trailer and songs from ‘Jaanisaar’, is been very well accepted by the audience all over.
The film will hit big screens on 7th August.