Today marks the 10th anniversary of filmmaker Anurag Kashyap’s cinematic Miracle Gangs of Wassepur on the horizon of Indian cinema. The film also helped the audience and made the filmmakers realize the immense potential of actors like Jaideep Ahlawat, Pankaj Tripathi and Nawazuddin Siddiqui. Apart from excellent directing, energetic acting, effective dialogue and flawless cinematography, one of the leading USPs of gangster drama is veteran casting director Mukesh Chhabra.
Celebrating 10 years of ‘Gangs of Wasseypur’, Mukesh Chhabra not only shared the news with his followers on Instagram but also posted some interesting unseen BTS images on the sets of Vicky Kaushal, Neeraj Ghaiwan and Shilpa Srivastava. Mukesh completed 10 years of cult film by writing a long note on Instagram.
Mukesh did the proper casting for the film, while Vicky, Neeraj and Shilpa assisted Anurag in the film, which became a cult classic.
In a picture posted by Mukesh on his Instagram story, the Uri actor is seen smiling as he spends a light moment with his colleagues on the set of Gangs of Wasseypur.
Another photo shared by Mukesh on his Instagram handle, the film team shows again at the Cannes Film Festival.
In an exclusive chat with News18.com, Jaideep Ahlawat revealed what the film means to him and the shooting experience for it.
Speaking about the film’s cult status, Jaideep said, “I always say that Gangs of Wasseypur was my first knock on the door of Hindi cinema, where many people at first thought that Ginko was an actor around you. Try it (where most people at first thought there was an actor around who could be cast). That movie was very special from Hama and it is still very special in my life today. In terms of length, that role was not very big, but in my opinion, a good part of good writing or good directing is that it doesn’t depend much on length. The effect that was supposed to happen is gone. (The movie has always been special, it’s still special to me.)
He further said, “My role was not as big as the length, but the quality of good writing and good directing means the length of the role does not matter. Its effect should be created). I am thankful to Almighty God and to the entire Wassepur team – writers, directors, co-stars and everyone, it was a privilege to bring this film to the people and of course to be a part of it. Audience and of course). Was lucky to be a part of the film). So yes, it’s been 10 years since Wassepur! “
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