Why does sanjay leela bhansali make films related to 'Tawaif' and 'Koths'? 

The filmmaker himself gave the reason

Sanjay Leela Bhansali is in the news for his web series Heeramandi. Now he himself has revealed why there is mention of courtesans or kothas in his films and series.

Well-known filmmaker sanjay leela bhansali is in the headlines for his first web series Heeramandi. This series of his is streaming on Netflix and it continues to be a topic of discussion. His series revolves around the lives of courtesans and courtesans. However, this is not the first time that Bhansali has made a film on this topic. Before this, Tafaif was also portrayed in his films Gangubai Kathiawadi, Saawariya and Devdas. Now he spoke openly on this and told why he is interested in this topic.

Recently in an interview, sanjay leela bhansali talked openly about making a film on courtesans and brothels. In a conversation with Galata Plus, Bhansali said, 'I think they are women who have a lot of secrets hidden in them. Be it a prostitute or a courtesan, they are different. There is always a special kind of strength reflected in them which I find very interesting to watch. I found that very attractive, that these women are very interesting'.Bhansali further said, 'She sings and dances through which she is able to express herself. Both their joy and sorrow are reflected in this. She understands everything from the art of living to clothes and jewellery. She is a connoisseur of art.

Let us tell you that Sanjay Leela Bhansali's web series 'Hiramandi: The Diamond Bazaar' may be getting mixed response but there is a lot of discussion about this series. It is reported that this series has been viewed more than 8.5 million times so far. This series has many stars like Manisha Koirala, Sonakshi Sinha, Aditi Rao Hydari, Richa Chadha and Sanjeeda Sheikh.

Heeramandi is made with a budget of crores

200 crores have been spent on this series. In this, the story of courtesans of Lahore has been shown in a grand and spectacular manner. It tells the story of 'Hiramandi', set amidst a bustling red-light area of Lahore in the 1940s.

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