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Successful Loot, Saptahik



Saptahik: Why did Loot succeed despite its dark characters?
Saugat Malla:
The narration and the dialogue were not scripted, we improvised. That's what made the story believable.

But isn't the dialogue indecent?
It is a story of those living in the shadows of this so-called civilised society. The characters exhibit eroding social values through their dark ambitions and dialogue. If you knew one of these characters, you would know, there is no pretense in the way they speak.

Personally, you never bothered to complete your schooling, yet you have made it to the big screen?
My father bought me a certificate from India after I refused to go to school. Not because I could not, but because I was not interested in what they taught there. I was more interested in people, their way of speaking, dressing and walking. You can learn more about acting by observing people around you than going through books. I only read what interests me. I have stacks of books that I like. Reading books and passing exams for a certificate are different.

Any ambitions?
Yes, to succeed , maybe get international offers. There will be money in my bank account as well, and all my dreams will come true.



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(11 JAN 2013 - 17 JAN 2013)


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