‘It’s all about creating space for these kinds of films that we are making. Only big starrer films don’t have to be promoted all the time. We are not saying we are fighting the big films. All we are saying is that there is space for these kind of films to exist and there is a need for them,’ Nandita Das said.
‘Children are exposed to movies like Rowdy Rathore, which is fine, but there must be something which is age appropriate. How can the same film appeal to a six-year-old, a 16-year-old and a 60-year-old,’ she said.