Satish Kaushik’s next to be black-comedy biopicon May 31, 2016 at 11:50 am
Filmmaker Satish Kaushik is all set to return to the address with a biopic based on a man from Uttar Pradesh, who was declared dead by the government.
The director said the yet-untitled project is currently at the stage of scripts and will go on floors this year end. “My next will be about this man, Lal Bihari, who was declared dead by the government. It’s a true story. I had bought the rights to make the film around 2004-2005 but those days are underway not many biopics, “said Kaushik PTI.
It took almost 14 years to prove that he was alive. So that’s why is called Lal Bihari Mritak. The story fascinated me, “he said. Kaushik, who last was in charge of” Band of Ghosts “in 2014, considered to be the best time to make the film as the film is undergoing a change.” Now, I’m excited re-examine the issue. Today, cinema is changing and has scope to tell different kinds of stories. My film is a black comedy, it’s a funny story. “The 60-year-old” Tere Naam “the director says his film will not be a” centered “star and is still seeking to block the project right cast.” I can not reveal all that (casting) yet. We are still in the process of looking for actors to play the role. To make it happen, we would like someone fresh, unique. This will not be a movie “star”, “he said.