Mumbai: Reema Kagti, who made her debut as a director with 'Honeymoon Travels Pvt. Ltd.' in 2007, and has now helmed 'Talaash', says her choice of different subjects is not deliberate. "It's not like I am experimenting for experimenting sake. I think the story that I like leads me there. I am not consciously trying to be different or give anything different," Kagti said here Monday at the success party of 'Talaash'.
'Talaash', a supernatural film, features Aamir Khan, Kareena Kapoor and Rani Mukerji. Kagti says having a big star cast eases out many things.
"I think having a great cast like this does make a film like this ('Talaash') have a much bigger mounting and platform than a film without this kind of cast. I think that's obvious," the 40-year-old said.
'Talaash' director Reema Kagti says having a big star cast eases out many things.
'Shame to be living in the same country with such men': B-Town appalled by ban on 'India's Daughter'
Kim Kardashian: I have the hairiest forehead you could ever imagine
Lily James: I burped all afternoon in Richard Madden's face due to the corset while filming 'Cinderella'