', who just watched '
's drama film, Masaan, is all impressed with the film.
The Bandit Queen Director went to the screening of the Varanasi-set film last night together with the director and lead actors of the film,
. Kapur shared on his Twitter page, “A new wave in Indian cinema is back forcefully with films like #masaan. Deeply heartfelt story and performances”.
An ecstatic Ghaywan said that Kapur has been an inspiration for promising directors to experiment with their craft.
Masaan traces the lives of the people who live in Varanasi that reserves a brutal punishment for those who will play with the moral traditions. It was co-produced by an Indo-French production including
, Phantom Films, Macassar Productions, Sikhya Entertainment, Pathe Productions and Arte France Cinema.