What Makes Anubhav Sinha and Hansal Mehta Click?


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Zahan Kapoor and Aditya Rawal star in Hansal Mehta’s Faraaz, a premium release showing in only 15 cities and 100 theaters across India and continue receiving positive reviews from audiences and critics.

Hansal Mehta and Anubhav Sinha are seen talking about all things cinema and how it has evolved over the past two decades in a video released earlier this week.

In discussing changing trends in cinema, Anubhav Sinha says, “People are infected with the idea that cinema is a business and not an art form anymore. The focus should be on making films. Some will succeed & some won’t.”

Furthermore, he stated, “Film as a business has to change. Weekend movies are no longer an option. We are not making weekend films.”

In a reminiscence of the past, this duo discusses how box office numbers didn’t matter back then. The audience was more interested in honest reviews and real conversations than in daily collections followed by weekend collections.

Aside from being creative directors, Hansal Mehta and Anubhav Sinha are close friends as well. They are often spotted having fun banters on social media. They’re close like watching first cuts, being the first ones reading each other’s scripts, and having a blast together. They’re a great example of a professional, creative, and close-knit team.
Their first professional collaboration is the film, Faraaz. That tells the untold story of a young boy who stood tall during the darkest hours of the attack on a cafe in Dhaka.
The film Faraaz was directed by Hansal Mehta and produced by Bhushan Kumar, Sahil Saigal, Mazahir Mandsaurwala, Sakshi Bhatt, and Anubhav Sinha. T-Series and Benaras Media jointly produce the film in association with Mahana Films. It stars Aditya Rawal, Zahan Kapoor, Aamir Ali, Juhi Babbar, Pallak Lalwani, Reshham Sahaani and Sachin Lalwani.
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