The Ranbir Kapoor and Anushka Sharma-starrer period drama, which hit theatres this Friday, had a bad start at the box-office and has been slammed by certain sections in Bollywood.
"It's time to close the book and move on. It has been a journey, as if one life is over with 'Bombay Velvet'. A lot of people do not connect with it and a small number of people did... Maybe our experimenting with the narrative didn't work for most but I firmly believe in the film.”
"I am very happy that all those who have been part of this journey firmly stand with it. No I am not depressed or hiding, this has taught us a lot and is my absolute personal favourite, there have been no regrets whatsoever," Kashyap, 42, wrote on Facebook.
Without giving out much details about his next move, the "Gangs of Wasseypur" helmer said he will continue making movies as "films is what I breathe, what I live for, does not matter where I go and where I stay, I will only make films."
Kashyap said "Bombay Velvet" was worth the risk and "the applause or brickbats" do not matter. The director assured he will go on reinventing and will be back for sure.


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