Anurag Kashyap pens heartfelt note on completing three decades in Mumbai | Bollywood

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Anurag Kashyap is one of the most famous directors working in Bollywood today. The director shared his retrospective on his Instagram on Saturday to mark a special day in his life as he arrived in Bombay for the first time. He said he landed at the Dadar station on June 3, 1993, and that changed his life forever. (Also read: Anurag Kashyap on why he chose Sunny Leone for Kennedy: ‘I needed a woman over 40 who would be sexually targeted by men around me’)

Anurag Kashyap wrote a heartfelt note on Instagram about his trip to Mumbai.

Anurag’s heartfelt post

Anurag shared a photo of the train express Punjab Mail on his Instagram, writing a heartfelt note in the caption and talking about his 30-year long journey in Mumbai city. he began “On June 3, 1993, I landed at Dadar station. It was raining. I didn’t realize the monsoon in Bombay was so long. I took the first local train from Dadar to Andheri to see a friend. I remember when ” came from Delhi before me. ”

Anurag also wrote how this friend was the inspiration for Imtiaz Ali’s 2011 film Rockstar starring Ranbir Kapoor. He also wrote in the caption: “Who inspired @imtiazaliofficial’s most special movie ‘Rockstar’. I was inspired to come to Mumbai by both Jagu and Imti. But then they got on @sxcbom to do masscom.” . I am so grateful for everything this city has given me and all the friends and memories.. (red heart emoji) #karmbhoomi.”

fan reaction

Many fans responded to Anurag’s heartfelt post and added their comments. Actor Arjun Kapoor wrote, “From Punjab Mer to Sangam Mer,” and a comment read, “Thanks to Anurag Ng Company for keeping Bollywood’s standards high.” Fan wrote “And changed Indian cinema within 5 years!” A fan commented, “From Jananbhoomi to Karamphoomi – a dream trip.”

his journey so far

Anurag got his start as a co-writer with Ram Gopal Verma’s Satya, released in 1998. He made his directorial debut with Paanch, which was never released theatrically. His subsequent films include Black Friday, No Smoking and Dev. D, Graal, and the Waseipur gang. His last film, Kennedy, starring Rahul Bart and Sunny Leone, screened at the Cannes Film Festival and received a seven-minute standing ovation.

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