He believes his own imperfections reflect in the characters in his films, but ‘Inkaar’ filmmaker Sudhir Mishra says the audience doesn`t enjoy watching characters which are a mirror of their own personality.
A producer`s job is a thankless one with benefits shared by the actor and the director and no kudos for the person behind that good film, says actor Arjun Rampal, who produced the not-so-successful "I See You" in 2006 and is clearly in no hurry to get back to it.
A film on sexual harassment at the workplace, another on corrupt dance bar owners and a story of the nexus between crime and politics - this week is dedicated to crime sagas and thrillers with ‘Inkaar’, ‘Mumbai Mirror’ and ‘Bandook’ releasing Friday.
Although Sudhir Mishra`s ‘Inkaar’ talks about sexual harassment at the workplace and word `sex` has been used 262 times in it, but reportedly the director has not used any explicit scenes to narrate his story.
Reacting to reports that he has shifted his loyalty from Shah Rukh Khan to Salman Khan, Arjun Rampal says he doesn`t believe in such concepts and adds it`s his own ability that keeps him going in the industry.