Mumbai, October 29: Acclaimed filmmaker Vishal Bhardwaj took to Twitter on Monday and complained about a technical error which he found in the national anthem playing at the MAMI Film Festival 2018 produced by Films Division and Ministry of Information & Broadcasting.
Maker of critically acclaimed films like Maqbool, Omkara, Kamine and Haider, the filmmaker took to Twitter and complained about the mistake he found while the playing of the national anthem at the film festival. The filmmaker tweeted about the mistake and asked the Ministry of Information & Broadcasting (I&B) to rectify the error. Check his tweet below.
Heard our national anthem produced by @Films_Division and @MIB_India during @MumbaiFilmFest. There is a technical glitch at "Gahe Tav Jai Gaatha", seems to be a sound transfer issue. Goes off tune and hurts ear and soul. Can @MIB_India please get this rectified?
— Vishal Bhardwaj (@VishalBhardwaj) October 29, 2018
Recently, talking to news agency PTI, filmmaker Vishal Bhardwaj said that though superstars are taking risks by doing out-of-the-box films today, for him, Aamir Khan is the only daring actor. Bhardwaj, who has worked with Ajay Devgn, Saif Ali Khan and Shahid Kapoor in the past, says he needs an apt story to collaborate with top actors.