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Anubhav: Kolkata doesn't need Bollywood

April 9, 2012 06:39:17 PM IST
Glamsham Editorial
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RA.ONE director Anubhav Sinha believes Kolkatans don't need Bollywood to prove their talent. Addressing a press meet in Kolkata on Monday, Sinha said, "Kolkata people are already talented, they don't need Bollywood to promote themselves."

The director was in Kolkata to attend the montage shoot of upcoming Bengali serial 'Shibani' directed by his nephew Anshuman Pratyush. "I saw the first four episodes of the serial and didn't believe he is doing such good work. So, I thought of seeing it personally," said Sinha.

Commenting on Indian serials, he said, "I don't have a clue what is going on in national and regional serials but I think they are doing pretty good."

When asked Sinha about his opinion on the future of Indian animation cinema, he said, "It will take some time to flourish here as we lack expertise who can create such movie. Even, when we did RA.ONE we had to import expertise from abroad."


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