Filmmaker Anand Gandhi on Tuesday introduced his subsequent horror film ”Wildebeest’ as he celebrated the third anniversary of his critically acclaimed film ”Tumbbad”.
Gandhi had served because the co-writer, inventive director and government producer on the 2018 horror fantasy film.
Directed by Rahi Anil Barve, ”Tumbbad” featured Sohum Shah as a person looking for a hidden treasure within the twentieth century British India village of Tumbbad, Maharashtra. Upon its launch, the film earned rave evaluations and quite a few awards.
Gandhi stated ”Tumbbad” modified him as an individual and he has determined to not restrict his artwork to ”rational optimism”.
”I put crucial years of my life making ‘Tumbbad’ and it modified me – it taught me to permit my inside anxieties and cynicisms to be spoken by way of movie, and never simply restrict my artwork to the rational optimism of my earlier work,” Gandhi stated.
”I’m now engaged on one other horror story referred to as ‘Wildebeest’,” he added.
Gandhi’s credit additionally embrace the 2013 film ”Ship of Theseus”, which he directed, wrote and produced. Earlier this 12 months, he created and produced the sci-fi comedy sequence ”Okay Pc”, starring Radhika Apte, Vijay Varma and Jackie Shroff, amongst others.
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