In discussion with Bharathi Pradhan, Ramesh Sippy and Rajkumar Hirani about the advancement of silver screen, Anurag recognized the things that prompted the film’s ruin — his self-importance being one them. “Bombay Velvet lost so much cash that it was the consolidated expense of every one of my motion pictures set up together. I was exploring different avenues regarding account narrating. I figure there was likewise a touch of egotism included. Posses of Wasseypur was additionally a story yet there was a voiceover clarifying everything. With Bombay Velvet, I declined to clarify and that is the way the account fizzled. I underestimated the group of onlookers.
“It was such a period slip. Individuals did not know the brief Jazz period in those days and taking individuals uninitiated, into that time and making a workmanship film worth `90 crore some place did not function admirably.
“I ventured back and turned out to be so open to all the pessimism in the press that I permitted the film to wind up what it got to be. Disappointment is dependably a chief’s issue on the grounds that he doesn’t say “no” to things that he needs to,” he says.
He proceeds, “Till date when I go to rest, I play the entire film in my mind and re-alter it. A considerable measure of other individuals put resources into my fantasy and lost cash; if the film had worked, it would have enabled a ton of other individuals. It would have cleared route for a considerable measure of different movie producers. I needn’t bother with a blockbuster; I basically need to recoup the cash back. For me the greatest help is disappointment, it is the best educator. I know I can’t take a load off.”
The experience hasn’t debilitated his resolve to make movies however.
“I’m in a nation where my movies were banned despite everything i’m making motion pictures; my movies bombarded regardless i’m making motion pictures. I just need to make films,” he includes