- 'Thank you so much for your love and appreciation,' the director tweeted
- 'Your rejection paves the way for my next,' he tweeted
- 'I'll try not to disappoint you,' he added
"Sorry I was out of radar. Thank you so much for your love and appreciation for Jagga Jasoos. It's like oxygen for me right now. Tight hug," Mr Basu wrote for those who watched, liked and loved Jagga Jasoos while he also has a message for those who were critical about the movie.
"And for those who disliked it, hugs for them too, because your rejection paves the way for my next and I promise I'll try not to disappoint you," Mr Basu added in another tweet.
Anurag Basu posted these tweets on Wednesday:
Sorry i ws out of radar Thank U so much for ur love and appreciation for #JaggaJassos its like oxygen for Me Right now.Tight Hugs!— anurag basu (@basuanurag) July 26, 2017
& for those who disliked it ,hugs for them too,cuz ur rejection paves the way for my next and I promise i'll try not to disappoint you.— anurag basu (@basuanurag) July 26, 2017
Earlier this week, Ranbir's father, veteran actor Rishi Kapoor dismissed Anurag Basu as "irresponsible" citing reasons like chopping off a much-expected cameo featuring Govinda and the film's many delays. In his interview with mid-day, he also added that he does not have much to say about Jagga Jasoos except that he thought it was 20 minutes too long.
Days before Jagga Jasoos released, a source told NDTV.com that Mr Basu was still not happy with the final edit and that he's working on the dialogues, background score and the visual effects - it also missed the deadline for a section of the international market.
Meanwhile, about Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif, the Jagga Jasoos co-stars and rumoured exes, Saibal Chatterjee wrote in his review for NDTV: "It is just as well that Katrina Kaif plays second fiddle, letting her co-star (Ranbir Kapoor) do all the heavy lifting." Jagga Jasoos marks Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif's third collaboration after Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani and Raajneeti.
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