What inspired you to make a film on sexual exploitation at the workplace?
* It is there everywhere. We are living in a world, where women are claiming their rights at their workplace and everywhere. There is a difficulty of men accepting women in dominant position; they have to come to terms with many things now, including the right of women to say no, a basic fundamental and non-negotiable right. I thought it was an interesting subject, but Manoj Tyagi (writer) came through the idea based on lots of research around happenings in the urban corporate world. I was not interested in a film based on elementary right or wrong. I am interested in a film about a modern struggle for power in urban workspace, where men and women collide and juggle with different emotions like ambition, lust, etc. I wanted to make a film about two very strong characters, where you don’t understand who is right or wrong, and through the film provoke a lot of questions.
What can the audience expect from the film?
* A very interesting tale of two very strong people. It is a take on