He has begun by talking about his eagerly awaited next, Kaminey. Getting straight to the point about the unusual and attention-grabbing title of the film, he says, “My intention was not to get gimmicky with the title. Since everyone's mean in the film, it was apt. Some are lovable Kaminey and some are obnoxious, but all are running high on lust and desire. Everybody was against me using this title, but when I bounced it off to Gulzar Saab, he loved it!"
If people are speculating about the movie and its genre, Vishal clears the doubts stating, Kaminey falls in the caper genre. He says, “Kaminey is a caper and falls in a genre never been explored before in India properly. Initially, I had thought it would be easy to write and make, but it turned out to be tough to write and even tougher to make."
About the characters in the film, the Omkara maker says, “The film has a wide array of characters, who all have equal intensity, and yet, there is no time to establish them. One has to catch them in the flow of the story and yet make them memorable. Exploring such a territory and then topping it up with some Bollywood masala and romance has been rigorous and unsympathetic."