Anupam Kher said that 'unknown' people are honored in Cannes, said this about Nancy Tyagi

Ronit Kawale
Ronit Kawale - Senior Editor
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Bollywood actor Anupam Kher has talked about the Cannes Film Festival. In an interview, he told how unknown people are also getting respect in this festival. They are getting recognition. During this, he also talked about Nancy Tyagi and Payal Kapadia. Apart from this, he also gave his opinion about Kiran Rao's 'Laapta Ladies' and Imtiaz Ali's 'Chamkila'. In an exclusive conversation with 'News 18', Anupam Kher, while talking about films like 'Laapta Ladies' and 'Chamkila', said, 'Nowadays content matters a lot. Although this was already the case. But now the audience has also become advanced. Just see what happened in Cannes. We have two such people, whom no one knew. Payal Kapadia and Anasuya Sengupta are getting the highest honor. This is commendable.'

Anupam Kher about Nancy Tyagi

Anupam Kher also talked about Nancy Tyagi. He said, 'A girl from Delhi sewed a dress herself and wore it on the red carpet. Creativity is welcomed in the world. It has always been like this. But now creativity is given importance in India too. The thing that does not touch the heart does not impress the other person.'

Anupam Kher spoke on the success of films

Anupam Kher further said, 'You cannot dwarf the audience by making them feel small. They are from modern India. They are used to malls and big cinemas. Now you cannot say that look we are taking you to Switzerland. This is not a big deal for them. But if the content is good then a small film will also be as effective as a big film. I think this is the end of artificiality.'

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