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Anurag Kashyap not scared of Raj Thackeray

Written by: By Raymond Ronamai
 
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Filmmaker Karan Johar gave in to the diktats of Raj Thackeray and apologised for using the word Bombay instead of Mumbai in his recently released film Wake Up Sid. However, director Anurag Kashyap is adamant to stick to the title Bombay Velvet in spite of the possible threat from MNS.

Anurag is not going to change the title of a part of his feature film which is scheduled to start next year. He said that he wouldn"t call his film Mumbai Velvet because Bombay Velvet is set in a time even before Raj Thackeray was born. The city was called Bombay then.

The director is willing to take the MNS head-on. He said that he would resort to a legal recourse if the outfit turns unreasonable. He added that the Mumbai trilogy would begin only by the middle of next year, as it is a big budget film.

However, titles for the other two parts have not been finalised. Writer Gyan has been researching intensely on the project for two years. It was reported that Danny Boyle, who won Oscar Award for Slumdog Millionaire, is making the film.

Topics: bombay velvet, mns, raj thackeray, anurag kashyap, raymond ronamai

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