Produced by Endemol India and Saraswati Creations, "Yudh" is Big B's debut fiction show.
"I don't come out of the editing room now. I have no idea what response 'Yudh' is receiving. I have stopped reading newspapers and connecting to social media," the filmmaker told reporters Tuesday during documentary "Katiyabaaz" event. His banner Phantom Films is presenting the docu-drama.
"I don't know anything. It is good. I am just working," he added.
"Yudh", a psychological thriller directed by Ribhu Dasgupta, airs 10:30 p.m. from Mon-Thurs. Sarika, Zakir Hussain, Mona Wasu, Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Kay Kay Menon are seen in prominent roles in the 20-episode mini-series, which went on air July 14.
Yudh, has been on air for over a week but the ratings along with the pace of the story seem to have taken it's own long route to success. Although the characters on the show and their acting is impeccable, the show is said to have fallen into the "art show" category than a TRP churning, money minting, mass following TV shows, like that of Ekta Kapoor's.