In 2007, I happened to write a play called “The Woman in Me”. The theme, the staging, the dialogues, everything came pretty quickly. Right from the beginning, I had visualized this story to be set in a bathroom. It wasn’t an attempt to be just bizarre, or different for the
I watched Apollo 13 in 2003 in Imax, Mumbai. It was one of my most memorable cinematic moments. Its been 17 years and I still remember sitting in that theatre which had the spherical screen and watching one of the best ever films made about space exploration. It felt REAL.
As of June 22, 2020, we have 25 Filmmakers onboard. Time to celebrate. Its been a great journey so far. Humbling as well, to witness the niceness of each individual in the club. They are selfless, loving, and committed to making F.U.C a success. When I started off with this
Every time we lose a famous person to suicide, I remember this phrase. It’s part of a dialogue from a movie I wrote years ago. The dialogue is between a star actor and a person interviewing him. I wonder if its the same exact thought they had in their minds,
Irrfan passed away, a month ago, everyone around the globe shared his videos, pictures, quotes, etc. Looking at all the shares, I wondered, why don’t we do this when the person is alive? Why does a person become important to us, when they are gone. Irrfan was interested in making
Considering Fight Club is one of my favourite movies and Tyler Durden has been a guru sorts. It’s unbelievable that this club has FC in it.. like FIGHT CLUB, totally unintentional. The idea to create a club, that can stand against established practices came out of need. We are tired