Home / Mint-lounge / Features /  An interview with the makers of ‘Titli’

Last year, for the Cannes Film Festival, director Kanu Behl and producer Dibakar Banerjee cut a grim, intense trailer for their film Titli. In this interview, they explain why they’ve now come out with a livelier, more darkly humorous trailer which they feel reflects the film’s themes of family and generational conflict better. They also discuss the marketing of ‘festival films’ and the emergence of a new cinephile audience in the country. Behl’s film, his first, is about a young man in east Delhi who longs to escape the clutches of his two car-jacking brothers and his manipulative father.

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