Indian filmmakers (at least the bitten ones) have realized that weaving dreams
for the viewers is a big gamble. Instead, they have decided to give the viewers
a chunk of reality that comes at a far lower price. As a result, Bollywood has
given birth to a genre of experimental cinema having small budgets, no star value
and carrying themselves solely on the theme along with sticking to the fundamentals
of good filmmaking. Such films recover their costs without any hitches and in
fact, if made slickly, may become surprise successes, too. Kasoor
is one such example.