Krishna Bhatt shares what she's learnt from her father about filmmaking


Mumbai, Oct 16 (IANS): Director Krishna Bhatt has opened up about what it was really like working with her father Vikram Bhatt on the web series 'Sanak – Ek Junoon'.

The father-daughter duo has worked together on the series, which has been written by him and directed by her. Talking about working together and learning from her father, Krishna says: "There was something about filmmaking that really intrigued me and an opportunity to work on a film with my dad made me make up my mind. I knew it is what I wanted to do. Since then, I've had several opportunities to work with him."

Known for web series such as 'Untouchables', 'Maaya 2', 'Maaya 3' and 'Twisted 3', Krishna says she owes much to her father: "There's so much that I've learnt from him as a writer and a director, right from managing actors and the crew on the sets to storytelling, getting the little nuances right, to moulding the actors in a way that we want our characters to be. He's very calm and composed, whatever the situation be, and that's something I learn from him every single day."

In addition to Rohit Bose Roy, Aindrita Ray and Pawan Chopra, the film also has Rushad Rana, Rishi Deshpande, Antara Banerjee, Amaara Sangam, Tasneem Ali and Harpreet Jatail in key roles.

 

  

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