Actor Sanjay Gandhi has worked with filmmaker Anurag Kashyap on various films. He says the director knows how to maintain and nurture friendship.
Sanjay has also donned the hat of a director. He has directed a short film titled "Yaad", and Anurag was of great help.
Speaking about the film, Sanjay said: "I had made this film a decade back and unfortunately lost the hard disc. As a maker of the film, I was so disappointed; the pain of a filmmaker who has lost his first film was unbearable. But luckily when I was shifting my house, I got it back. I always wanted to make a full-fledged film, so I went up to my very close friend Anurag Kashyap and sought his inputs. He advised me to make a short film first. He explained that a director should start with a short film so he can have an idea of the technicalities of filmmaking."
"Anurag is a very dear friend of mine. There are many friends in your life but Anurag Kashyap knows how to maintain and nurture a friendship, and that is a rare quality. I have worked with Anurag in his first-ever directorial venture - 'Last Train To Mahakali' and then also in films like 'Black Friday' and 'No Smoking'. I am proud to have a friend like him and I am what I am because of him," he added.