Divya finds filmmaking ‘very tough’
The filmmaker and actor says the process of making a film is bigger than herself and she would do anything that is necessary to get her film made
Filmmaker and actor Divya Khosla Kumar, who made her directorial debut with Yaariyan, says that making films is a difficult job. “You have to be extremely mad as a filmmaker and a creative person. When I am making a film, it is bigger than me. If it requires me to torture myself, I will go through that also,” she says.
“It is not easy shooting in conditions which are sometimes very inhumane. Nothing else matters when you are capturing visuals and creating something. That is a filmmaker’s passion,” adds Divya, who has also directed Sanam Re.
The filmmaker was last seen in a short film titled Bulbul, which released earlier this month. Bulbul is a 25-minute film and was extensively shot in Shimla. Directed by Ashish Pande, it also features Shiv Pandit and Elli AvrRam.