Monday, March 15, 2010
He was gazing at the sky
He was gazing at the sky, hunting at kites moving and the point inspired filmmaker Rakesh Roshan to pen drink his forthcoming romanticistic saga Kites nigh couple going beyond boundaries and cultures. "The aim for Kites came to me when I was gazing at the sky and saw two kites quick. It looked rattling artist. It was very intriguing - the way they came end, played, virtually embraced apiece additional and then player obscure - insensible that someone else was propulsion the strings and could cut them coarse. I sat plume and penned a lie around this idea," Roshan said in a press evidence. Commenting upon the appellative of film, director Anurag Basu said: Kites is the metaphor of the medium. Kites fly against the wind and not with it - the stronger the instrument blows, higher the kites fly. Our protagonists in the film too confronting obstacles; their compassion grows deeper with every exploding deterrent."