Kukunoor, who is known for films as different as "Rockford", "Iqbal", "Dor" and "Mod", says he strives to give the audience a choice in films as repetition can bore them.

"I have always been of the view that the audience should be given choices. If we make the same kind of films, the audience doesn't grow and they don't get to experience different things," he said on Monday at the NRI of the Year award function.

"I have always tried to tell those stories on which I have a perspective, and I go ahead and do that," he added.

The filmmaker, who had to work hard to get "Lakshmi" to theatres, wants to relax now.

(Agencies)

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