Not if you’re the kind of filmmaker who only cares about hitting those “sweet spot” scores.
I could go on but suffice to say that as a filmmaker you need some money if you want to be making films and there are few ways to earn it other than the one I mentioned above. If any filmmaker cares about their own creative growth the best way to get your foot in that door is to develop your career in a way that makes you a viable source of commercial and profit making material for other people.
MUMBAI: In a major step to bring Mumbai Police under its jurisdiction, the government have named all the policemen involved in a traffic jam on December 1, 2005 that killed 12 people and left more than 120 more injured, as part of the Mumbai Police probe into the incident.In a circular issued on Friday, Home Secretary S K Anil Kumar said all the names of policemen and constables will be entered into the Central Police Information Bureau (CPIB) database for inclusion in Specialized Crime Investigation Groups ( SCIGs) as well as the Police Specialised Investigation Squad (PSIS).The central information commissioner, CPIB Director A P Raghavendran (right) and Maharashtra state head, V P Yadav, in-sited the notice to all police units on Thursday.The notice was posted in all police stations across the state.On December 1, a car carrying members of the R&AW, Gujarat High Court and police from the Bhandara district went off the road and blocked the Aravalli toll plaza at the Bandra-Worli Sea Link after a protest by workers opposing the sale of a government-owned land at the site.In addition to senior police officers, the notice mentions the names, addresses and phone numbers of some policemen, including Sub-Inspector Ashok Kumar , Inspector Anil Kumar , S P Prasad , Sub-Inspector Gopal Vadharia and Sub-Inspector R K Chudasama.Inspector B R Yadav, who was posted at the site on Friday, confirmed that he was in the police station when the incident took place but he was not present at the time the police had to resort to the use of force to control the mob.”I heard the commotion and then noticed that some people are beating on the door of the station. I rushed to the scene after I heard that the police had resorted to unnecessary usage of force,” he said.The traffic jam, he said,