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Film-makers derive inspirations from diverse sources. And for his next - a Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif-starrer - Anurag Basu's inspiration was his daughters, Ishana and Ahana.

It looks like shooting at offbeat locations is fast becoming the norm for Bollywood film-makers.

Filmmaker Anurag Basu has been working on the script for a biopic on late legendary singer Kishore Kumar for the longest time. What's keeping him from finalising it? "It needs to be fool proof," he says.

Anurag Basu, who directed Kangana Ranaut’s Bollywood debut film Gangster in 2006, says the actress is growing as an artiste, and he feels proud about it.

Bollywood actor Ranbir Kapoor, along with co-star Katrina Kaif, celebrated the birthday of their director Anurag Basu on the sets of their upcoming movie - Jagga Jasoos. Anurag turned 43 on Monday.


Anurag Basu, who is gearing up for the release of Jagga Jasoos featuring Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif, says he made the film keeping the children audience in mind.


Speaking about the conception of the character of Jagga Jasoos, director Anurag Basu took a walk down the memory lane and shared..

Anurag Basu has demonstrated his calibre as a filmmaker with projects like Gangster, Life In A Metro and Barfi, so expectations were really high when his last film Jagga Jasoos hit theatres on July 14.

Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif’s first film after their break-up, Jagga Jasoos, has been hitting headlines for their refusal to co-operate with each other on the sets.

The Indian audience should not be blamed for being receptive towards Hollywood films and western TV shows unless content makers in the country’s entertainment industry begin to experiment with new concepts, says acclaimed filmmaker Anurag Basu.