Don't like to think of film's success: Ram Gopal Varma
Maverick filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma, known for churning out films at regular intervals, says he enjoys the process so much that he doesn't think about their success.
Predicting a movie's fate before its release is not his forte.
"I love making films. If I'm someone so bothered about my film's success then I wouldn't have even dared to make films such as 'Nishabd', 'Sarkar' and 'Bhoot'," Ram Gopal Varma told IANS.
"Moreover, I can't predict the fate of a film until it releases. I don't like to think about the success of a film," he added.
Two months after his last Telugu directorial "Rowdy", RGV is ready with his next "Ice Cream".
Coming out Saturday, the new horror-thriller from RGV's factory features Navdeep and Tejaswi Madivada in the lead roles.
Varma has introduced the flow-cam technology in the film and he wouldn't stop talking about it.
"I feel it's the future of filmmaking. People have asked me why I have been talking about it more than my film even during the promotions. That is because I believe it can turn the industry upside down. It can help a filmmaker approach his film with a different perspective," he said.
"Flow-cam can heighten the emotion of a scene; shows how differently we can shoot a particular scene. You need to use it, to believe it," he added.
(Posted on 10-07-2014)