Actress Surveen Chawla says she would be ready to blindly take on any new project by filmmaker Anurag Kashyap, under whose direction she worked in the 2013 film “Ugly”.
“He will always be one of my most favourite directors to work with…So anytime an opportunity to work with Anurag will be taken with my eyes shut,” Surveen said.
She says that Kashyap is someone “who works on give and take of trust”.
“There is no other way he knows how to function and I admire that man for that,” she added.
Surveen, who will be seen in the upcoming TV show “24: Season 2”, says she also admires Kashyap for the kind of films he makes and supports.
“I admire him for the courage of the kind of films that he supports, produces and the kind of work he is able to generate out of his actors. So I think it says it all for him,” Surveen said.
Kashyap’s co-production “Udta Punjab” became the talk of the town for its theme of drug menace in Punjab and the clash with the censor board, while his latest directorial is “Raman Raghav 2.0” which is loosely inspired by the mid-1960s’ serial killer Raman Raghav.