Bombay Talkies, a film comprising
of four short stories by four directors, is ready to hit the
screens this Friday. Zoya Akhtar, who has made one of the
films, says she is nervous.
The film has been made to pay tribute to 100 years of Indian
cinema. Apart from Zoya, it has contributions by Anurag Kashyap,
Karan Johar and Dibaker Banerjee.
"I am very excited, the film releases Friday. It's fun, very
special, has been made by the four of us, four different films,
three very awesome directors. I am a little nervous but looking
forward to it," the 39-year-old said here on Monday at a special
screening of the film.
Zoya is especially happy how people are complimenting the
project as "one unit".
"What I got was that it works as a unit. Everybody who saw the
last screening said all four films work and I think that is the
best compliment," Zoya said.