Actress Kalki Koechlin feels filmmaker Rajat Kapoor should make movies more often.
Rajat, who has directed films like "Mithya", "Mixed Doubles" and "Ankhon Dekhi", shared a link of a campaign.
"'RK/RKay' will be made in 2018 with your help! We need you - look at the link below, click on it, make a contribution no matter how small, it will still be huge," Rajat tweeted.
"RK/RKay" is a crowd produced feature film. Rajat is raising funds for it via Crowdera.
Kalki commented: "A filmmaker who should be making films much more often!"
Kalki and Rajat, both theatre enthusiasts, have been seen together in films like "That Girl in Yellow Boots" and "Waiting".
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