March 05, 2013 - Not want to tread on traditional paths, director Shoojit Sircar of Vicky Donor fame chose to become various and the risk certainly paid-off for the director. Life has changed post the achievement of Vicky Donor and in an exclusive conversation with TOI, Shoojit talks about his vision, Ayushmann Khurrana, sensibility towards society and leaves behind a slight hint of a sequel of Vicky Donor.How has life changed post the good results of Vicky Donor?
Prior to we made this film, we had been considering whether or not such a topic will likely be accepted in our nation. Life ultimately came to a full circle. Audience gave me greatest award.
It was a bold step to produce a film like Vicky Donor. If it would have gone incorrect then would not happen to be capable to make such a record of good results. Have been you specific about issues before shooting?
We had been certain about everything. It might be repulsive in nature. It shouldn't appear like a slapstick or vulgar. We were certain that we'll not make low-cost jokes about infertility. We created sure that it really is actual issue and real answer.
Ayushmann Khurrana and Yami Gautam became overnight stars with Vicky Donor. How do you see them as actors?
The credit will go to my casting director. We were convinced about Ayushmann, but I was not sure about Yami as I wanted a girl, who plays the part of a Bengali lady in the film. Yami becoming North Indian, we took a long time for you to narrow down on her.
Do you believe that these days directors are socially accountable?
Yes, to some extend we are responsible towards society and we could also be critical towards society. Individuals have started speaking about infertility after Vicky Donor. Numerous lawyers and physicians have told me that people come to them for guidance and the number of patients and clients have improved. Vicky Donor has changed the perception of individuals. Infertility is actually a significant difficulty and the word sperm has grow to be typical.
What about your future projects?
I am carrying out Madras Cafe with John Abraham that is a spy thriller as well as busy writing script for Mr. Bachchan as I need to do a love story for him.
As a director what matters to you, vital acclaim or box office results?
As a director critical acclaim matters to me. I'm extremely pleased that films make business and Vicky Donor which was such an original film was liked by individuals. I'll always inform my story to audience with out worrying much about enterprise, but if a film covers my cost then I become really happy.May be the sequel of Vicky Donor on cards?
We’ve not entirely thrown away the concept of sequel to Vicky Donor. If an incredible idea strikes then we are going to certainly make a sequel of the movie.More Bollywood News at http://tophottoday.com