Filmmaker Anurag Kashyap, who has also acted in films, including the critically acclaimed “Akira”, says that if he has to give up filmmaking and act, it has to be worth the money.
In an episode of actress Neha Dhupia‘s audio chat show “#NoFilterNeha”, Anurag opened up about the reason behind taking up acting roles, read a statement.
When Neha asked him what is his “current rate” if someone has to sign him for a film, Anurag said: “If I have to give up filmmaking and act, it has to be worth the money. It has to be a really big amount of money otherwise why would I not go and make a film'”
Anurag, known for making dark films, has entertained the audience with his directorials like “Gangs of Wasseypur”, “Dev.D” and “That Girl in Yellow Boots”.