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08-Feb-2019 10:36

) But don't compare it to any of the new-age, contemporary Hindi productions; you will be disappointed.

Because Chinta Chhod Chintamani is your typical social drama; it's got little doses of everything, but nothing out of the ordinary.

So, for the festival, I am calling my original actors like Anurag Kashyap, Sonali Kulkarni, Kay Kay Menon and Ratna Pathak Shah who have acted in these plays. We will begin with Sir Sir Sarla, which was originally nine hours long!

It's one of the things that makes the play watchable.

For example, Vishal Bhardwaj composed the original music for my play Kasturi, because he loved the story. ' I think I have survived theatre for all these years only because I don't have any ambitions or dreams.

Satyadev Dubeyji (playwright) would always tell me, 'You exist only because of your madness.' I got a lot of support from my mother too, who allowed me to take creative liberties and let me do whatever I wanted. I never wanted to become a renowned playwright, actor or director.

I wanted to contribute something to the legacy of Indian theatre. At that point in time, we started churning out plays like a factory! I would work in movies and TV and put that money in my plays, because it was in theatre that I found my calling and true focus. But my mentality was that a fest means reviving old plays, and I didn't want to do that; I wanted to only work on new plays.

In a year, we would come out with at least four original plays. Eventually, I decided to look at my old plays from a fresh perspective, cast new actors and add nostalgia.

It's one of the things that makes the play watchable.

For example, Vishal Bhardwaj composed the original music for my play Kasturi, because he loved the story. ' I think I have survived theatre for all these years only because I don't have any ambitions or dreams.

Satyadev Dubeyji (playwright) would always tell me, 'You exist only because of your madness.' I got a lot of support from my mother too, who allowed me to take creative liberties and let me do whatever I wanted. I never wanted to become a renowned playwright, actor or director.

I wanted to contribute something to the legacy of Indian theatre. At that point in time, we started churning out plays like a factory! I would work in movies and TV and put that money in my plays, because it was in theatre that I found my calling and true focus. But my mentality was that a fest means reviving old plays, and I didn't want to do that; I wanted to only work on new plays.

In a year, we would come out with at least four original plays. Eventually, I decided to look at my old plays from a fresh perspective, cast new actors and add nostalgia.

Those are stories that should be captured on camera. Anurag Basu had once told me, 'Your plays are open to interpretations'. That's why I don't work on remakes, classics or adaptations.