Feature filmmaker Dibakar Banerjee has marked 100 years of Bollywood with his first short film.
The story focuses on a middle-aged man getting his moment of fame playing a bit role in a movie.
Speaking about Bollywood cinema, the director said:
Cinema is who we are and cinema is who we want to be. When you see a Karan Johar romance or an Aditya Chopra romance, you can see what a young man of 1995 was. He's not there in the film but that's what he wanted to be. Similarly in the 1970s or the '40s. Cinema is the history of the subconscious. When you watch films, you get human history from the personal point of view.
Memories the time I gave a lift to one of the greatest Bollywood legends of all time, Dev Anand, the man we called our Gregory Peck.
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