"Everything is unplanned, but death is certain. This is why I believe in non-dramatizing death and treating it with simplicity," Shoojit Sircar told The New Indian Express.
Together they have created some of the most acclaimed films of recent times, including Vicky Donor, Piku, October, and now Gulabo Sitabo, that released on June 12, on Amazon Prime.
It is this inclination towards the everyday life which makes Sircar return to stories like 'Vicky Donor', 'Piku', 'October' or the upcoming 'Gulabo Sitabo'.
The trailer, starting off with Big B and Ayushmann fighting over the rent of an old building, promises the film will be a fun ride.
Referring to the demand for good content from the audience, Shoojit said cinema was already undergoing a transformation in India but the lockdown may accelerate the process.
“How the cinema world conducts shooting intimate scenarios in the film to be seen and planned, after all this is over.
Shoojit Sircar keeps voicing his opinion about gender-based equality and women's rights. Recently he had shared a post against the taboos associated with menstruation.