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‘Indian Media Has Gone Way Below Rwanda Radio’: Anubhav Sinha

Anubhav Sinha talks on the criticism of his latest film 'Anek', filmmaking, and nepotism.

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In a recent conversation with The Quint, filmmaker Anubhav Sinha spoke about filmmaking, working in the industry as a newcomer, and responded to the criticism of his latest film Anek.


Sinha revealed that he knew filmmaking was his calling after a year of studying engineering. He also detailed his thoughts on nepotism and how he thinks the word has a negative connotation.

Talking about Anek, Sinha responded to the main criticism of the film about how it was a general perspective of the northeast and not based on a specific state. "It was a conscious decision to not call it one state," he said while explaining that Anek was more about how mainland India treats the northeast.

Anek released on Netflix on 26 June

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