The director of Motichoor Chaknachoor leaves her film and laments that no one will be able to see the magic they have created because of “stupid ego battles”.
Debamitra Biswal, director of Motichoor Chaknachoor, left her film and lamented in a long message that no one will see the magic they created because of “stupid ego battles”.
The director of Motichoor Chaknachoor, Debamitra Biswal, left her film, which would have been taken away from her at the post-production stage due to “stupid ego struggles”. In a note posted on social media, the filmmaker thanked her actors and crew for their hard work but lamented that no one could live the original vision of the film. “Sorry I couldn’t save the film,” she wrote.
Debamitra is engaged in a legal battle with production company Woodpecker Movies Private Limited for unpaid fees. He had previously applied to the Bombay High Court for a stay of the release of the film’s trailer with Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Athiya Shetty.
Now that the film is finally out, I want to tell everyone that this was the hardest journey of my life. But unfortunately, in the end, it wasn’t the best. All of us, from the actors to the technicians to everyone involved in the film, made it with a lot of love and hard work. But I believe that not all journeys are successful.
Anyone who has worked on a film knows very well how important editing is to a film. Just gluing the shots together does not make a film. I wish those responsible for the film understood that. But I will always be grateful to the wonderful souls who helped me finish this film, but unfortunately no one can see the magic we created.
Thanks to Chandan Arora for showing me how to make a good film at the editing table. Thank you for editing it so well. Unfortunately, the world does not see our work.
Thank you Megh for writing the hilarious dialogue and excellent script with me, but unfortunately the world will not see our version of the fun.
Thanks to Nawaz ji, Athiya, Vibha Chibber, Navni Parihar, Sanjeeva Vats, Abhishek Rawat, Sapna Sand, Karuna Pandey, Vivek Mishra ji, Usha Nagar ji, Rachna Pakai and little Devansh for giving their best in this film. Unfortunately, no one will be able to watch the best.
I will only remember the sounds of laughter and pleasure when my version is shown in person, even without background music or proper dubbing. Just because of a stupid ego battle that doesn’t make any sense.