Mumbai, Feb 3 (IANS) Director-producer Karan Johar, who has made many hit films, feels that filmmakers today lack the passion and the vision that great yesteryears' directors had.
"We solely lack the passion. I don't think we have the passion, the vision and the madness yesteryear filmmakers had. I think we (the current lot of filmmakers) are too pragmatic, too practical, too commercial and too much focus on the dynamics of the movie industry."
"We are no longer passionate people. We don't have that anymore," Johar told reporters here.
The 38-year-old filmmaker shared his thoughts during an event to launch the "The Dialogue of Pyaasa", a book that immortalises the dialogues and heartwarming songs of legendary actor-director Guru