Indian film star Preet Bharara said on Tuesday that he was not going to pay thousands of rupees for a film made with his wife’s money.
In an interview with Reuters, Bharara, who was in India for the World Film Festival, said he would not be spending his wife Suman’s money to make a film that would take a month to make and cost over 1 billion rupees ($160,000).
He said he was “not going to spend that kind of money” to make the film, and that he had given his wife “the chance” to film the film.
“The problem is, Suman and I are married.
She is doing it on her own.
I gave her the opportunity to make this film.
So, we are in love,” Bharara told Reuters in an interview in New Delhi.”
If the film is good, I am not going out and buying a film.
I am going to do it with my wife’s own money,” he said.
In the interview, BharARA said that he believed that India could achieve its goal of having 30% of the world’s population live in cities by 2020, and said that the film was about the importance of community, and was about an idea.
“I am very excited about this film and the community that it has built.
This is a very important thing to me,” BharARA, who also heads the Bharatiya Janata Party, told Reuters.”
This film is about a city that’s not going through any problems.
The idea is to have people come together, and have this communal feel to the city,” he added.
Bharara is currently in India to attend the World Economic Forum, a gathering of world leaders in Davos, Switzerland, where the World Bank and other global organisations have been holding their annual meetings since 2009.
India is among the worlds fastest-growing film market, with more than $9.3 billion in revenue last year, according to the government.