“We really have to get over with Covid. We are really frustrated. I want to have a normal life like we used to have till early 2020. I just want everybody to have a normal life. But at the same time be responsible towards the environment. Covid was a nice indicating to us that we need to sort our sh*t out,” says the Uri :The Surgical Strike (2019) filmmaker, who turns 38 this year.
Also talking about his second film Ashwatthama Aditya adds “what we are trying to almost create a level of cinema which can be at par with cinema anywhere in the world. I really wish we are able to do it the right way. I truly feel that it can bring our country to that level where we are at par with anyone in the world in terms of VFX driven cinema and superhero films. It is our responsibility to bring our country to that level. I hope we achieve that,” he explains