Maverick director Mysskin has apparently requested women audience to not watch his next film.
Known for his outspoken nature which eventually leads to controversies, Myskkin said “Today, filmmakers don’t have freedom. Whenever we write a dialogue, our mind automatically thinks whether the censor board would allow it or not, this way a creator couldn’t experience the deserved liberty and subjected to great pressure”.
The Pisaasu director also said at Tharkappu audio launch that life is all about cruel things and cuss words; a life without these two things can’t be perfect.
“If a director wants to make realistic movies, he has to use hard hitting dialogues and sequences. When I wish to scold a person, I won’t say “Podaa Chellame “, it would be filled with vulgar words and hence even a film ought to have such dialogues”, said Mysskin.
Myskkin has also spoke about how 30% tax exemption affecting the creativity of filmmakers. “Film viewing is not for children, it’s a medium designed for adults so please don’t tell me that you are unable to watch films with kids”, said Myskkin.
“Also, I’m telling all the women audience out there, please don’t watch my next film it will have cuss words and violence”, concluded Mysskin