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Film on Indian cinema's 100 years not documentary: Zoya Akhtar

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Mumbai: Four diverse filmmakers Anurag Kashyp, Karan Johar, Dibakar Banerjee and Zoya Akhtar have joined hands for a film called ‘Bombay Talkies’ -- a tribute to Indian cinema's centenary. But Akhtar clarifies it will not be a documentary.

‘Yes, I am making a film on 100 years of Indian cinema. But let me clear this ... it is not a documentary. It is a fiction film,’ Akhtar told IANS.

Hesitant to give out further details, the ‘Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara’ filmmaker said: ‘I can't talk much about the film till the producers make an official announcement on the same. But the film is directed by four of us - Anurag, Dibakar, Karan and myself.’

According to reports, each director has made a 20-minute film on the same concept of how cinema is an integral part of almost every Indian's life and how it influences the nation's masses.

IANS

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