Abhay Deol adds fuel to feud with Anurag Kashyap, calls him a ‘gaslighter’

Filmmaker Anurag Kashyap mentioned in 2020 that it was very tough for him to work with Abhay Deol. In a new interview, Abhay has referred to as Anurag a ‘gaslighter’.

Actor Abhay Deol and filmmaker Anurag Kashyap labored collectively in 2009 movie Dev D. In a new interview, Abhay referred to as Anurag a ‘gaslighter’. Previously, in an interview, Anurag has mentioned that it was ‘painfully difficult’ for him to work with Abhay. After the movie, Anurag and Abhay by no means collaborated once more. Also Read: Anurag Kashyap says ‘it was painfully difficult to work with’ Abhay Deol on Dev D: ‘Haven’t talked to him a lot since’

Dev D was written and directed by Anurag Kashyap. The movie was a modern-day tackle Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay’s traditional Bengali novel Devdas, The movie starred Abhay, Kalki Koechlin, Mahie Gill and Dibyendu Bhattacharya.

In a new interview with Bollywood Hungama, throughout a speedy hearth spherical, when it got here to Anurag Kashyap, he described him in a single phrase calling him a ‘gaslighter’. Abhay’s assertion comes a day after he informed Hindustan Times, how he feels that he has been ‘gaslit’ for being himself. He mentioned, “Everything comes with its pros and cons. Where I come from, I know I have been gaslit for who I am. You call in a lot of aggression to you because you’re doing something and managing to get away with that. And a lot of people want to be able to do that and they can’t. So they project on you. Sometimes, that ignorance can come across as arrogance and I know it has a few times.” Gaslighting, for individuals who do not know, is when an emotionally abusive individual, manipulates somebody into doubting their very own sanity

In 2020, in an interview with HuffPost India, Anurag mentioned, “It was painfully tough to work with him. I don’t actually have nice working reminiscences with him. And haven’t talked to him a lot since I completed capturing. He wished to do inventive films but in addition wished the mainstream advantages. The advantages and luxuries of being a ‘Deol’. He would keep in a five-star resort whereas the whole crew stayed in Paharganj for a movie that was made on a very tight funds. Also the rationale a lot of his administrators went away from him.”

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