National award-winning filmmaker Vishal Bhardwaj, who has helmed offbeat films like "Omkara", "Kaminey" and "Haider", considers his films as
his style statement which teleports cinema lovers to a whole new arena of the film with ease.
The 49-year-old multi-talented filmmaker was here on Thursday to promote Blenders Pride Reserve Collection as a style speaker. He also mentioned that he uses camera
lens to see the world as according to him style means having an open mind without any prejudice.
"My films are my style statement. If people watch any of my films or hear a dialogue in it, they can easily make out what the entire movie is about," Bhardwaj told
IANS over phone.
"The characters I create are so different and unique from others and that depicts my strength in the film arena," he added.
Bhardwaj has garnered plaudits for "Haider", which was also felicitated at the Rome Film Festival with the People's Choice Award. Apart from that he has also directed
and composed music for films like "Makdee", "Omkara", "Kaminey" and "7 Khoon Maaf".
Talking about his association as a style speaker for Blenders Pride Reserve Collection, Bhardwaj said: "My association has just started with it and I'm hoping that it
will be a beautiful one. As it's all about style and I think, I have a different and unique style of my own."
Apart from Bhardwaj, the brand will also feature actors Parambrata Chattopadhyay and Rahul Bose.