Mumbai: Reacting to the mixed response to his second film ‘Lootera’, director Vikramaditya Motwane says it is impossible to make everyone happy.
The director, who earned a lot of credibility with his internationally acclaimed 2010 directorial debut ‘Udaan’, didn`t receive the same response for ‘Lootera’.
Despite being made with newcomer Rajat Barmecha in the lead, "Udaan" took off in a big way and became the talk of the town. On the contrary, made with stars like Ranvir Singh and Sonakshi Sinha, the period drama couldn`t have the same effect.
"Yes, the film has got a mixed response, but you can`t please everybody through your film. Some have liked it and some have not. But I am happy that many people have liked the film," Motwane told IANS.
"I take criticism very positively if it`s genuine. If you are criticising with some agenda, then I will not take it," he added.
He admits that he took a long time to come up with his second film, but his next will not take that long.
He said: "Yes, I took a bit long after `Udaan`, but now I am going on a holiday and as soon as I come back, I will start my next. This time I will not take too long," he said but refused to divulge details about his third film saying: "I can`t talk about it right now".