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'Tum Bin' would lose essence with stars, says Anubhav Sinha

IANS  |  Mumbai 

Filmmaker Anubhav Sinha, who is gearing up for the release of "Tum Bin 2" which has relatively fresh faces in it, says the film would lose its essence with stars.

Sinha told IANS: "If I make 'Tum Bin 3' also, it will be with the newcomers and fresh people. It took me sometime to figure out what is it about 'Tum Bin' that people loved. I figured out some elements and it's the freshness in the cast and locations. 'Tum Bin' will not be 'Tum Bin' with stars."

"Tum Bin 2" is the second instalment of "Tum Bin", written and directed by Sinha, and jointly produced by him and Bhushan Kumar of T-Series music label.

Sinha, who has also directed a superstar like Shah Rukh Khan in "Ra.One", says he shares a great relationship with them.

"I have lived the whole cycle -- from newcomers to biggest stars -- and I have ended up having a comfortable relationship with all of them. In terms of comfort, I have no issues with any stars."

Sinha said he has also learnt to handle criticism "pretty well".

"I am experienced, so I handle it well. If you make something with passion and someone talks ridiculous things about your work, you will not like it. But how you handle it, matters the most," said the 51-year-old.

--IANS

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First Published: Sun, November 13 2016. 14:50 IST
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