One of the most famous filmmakers in Bollywood. He has directed several movies including Manmarziyaan, Saand Ki Aankh, Gangs of Wasseypur, and others. He is currently busy promoting his upcoming venture Dobaaraa. In a recent interview, Anurag Kashyap broke his silence on the #MeToo Movement.
In an interview speaking about Me too allegations Gangs of wassepur Director Anurag Kashyap said, "That (the accusation) bothers me a lot. I come from a history of abuse so I understand what abuse is. So when someone accuses me of such allegations, it bothers me. You accuse me of murder, you accuse me of anything, I don’t care but when I am accused of something inappropriate and improper like that, it bothers me and it makes me very angry. Because I come from abuse, I have been abused so I understand what that means."He further said, "That last thing you want to do is do that to someone else, and when somebody says that, it bothers me."
About the Me too allegations
Bigg Boss Fame Mandana Karimi revealed in the reality show Lock up that she was in a secret relationship with a director but the filmmaker left her after she got pregnant. Many assumed at the time that she was hinting toward Anurag, however, Mandana later clarified that she wasn’t talking about him. Meanwhile, there were some other cases like are also there.
About Dobaaraa, the film stars Tapsee Pannu . It is slated to hit the screens on August 19 this year. Interestingly, apart from Anurag Kashyap, Dobaaraa will also mark Taapsee’s reunion with Pavail Gulati. To note, Taapsee and Pavail had earlier shared the screen in Anubhav Sinha’s 2020 release Thappad. Helmed by Anurag Kashyap, Dobaaraa is being jointly produced by Ekta Kapoor’s Cult Movies and Sunir Khetarpal’s Athena.