Nishikant Ka­mat’s next a ro­man­tic film

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Film­maker Nishikant Ka­mat (left), whose lat­est film, Madaari — which is about a com­mon man’s plight in the coun­try — just hit the­atres, will now work on a ro­man­tic movie.

“I want to rein­vent my­self, so I am tak­ing break for six months. I have not even taken a Sun­day off in the last few years, so I need to slow down. So, right now it’s a sab­bat­i­cal for me and then I will start with a ro­man­tic film,” he says.

As a direc­tor, Ka­mat has worked on films like Dom­bivali Fast (2005), Mumbai Meri Jaan (2008), Force (2011) and Dr­ishyam (2015).

Asked why all his films have been from a male’s point of view, he said: “Dur­ing my theatre days, I have done all women-cen­tric themes. I will make a women-cen­tric film in fu­ture be­cause I know this is one ques­tion even I have asked my­self. Prob­a­bly I didn’t get the right script... It was such an hon­our to work with Tabu in Dr­ishyam, but you need a sub­stan­tial role for an ac­tor of her cal­i­bre.”

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