Writer-director Anurag Kashyap and music director Amit Trivedi who’ve collaborated for the upcoming release `Almost Pyaar with DJ Mohabbat` just lately obtained right into a freewheeling chat with mid-day.com.

While talking about their many collaborations over time, Anurag stated that many producers exploit artistes utilizing his identify. Kashyap stated, “Amit had given a lot of music for `Dev D` and we didn`t have a budget, it was made on cut to cut costs. I don`t even know if it was a loss for him. People used that as a habit and gave him the same amount. I had to raise that money myself so if anyone said `Anurag gives you this much` tell them how much he gives now. The industry is waiting to exploit artistes, until you become a star they keep squeezing out work from you.”

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Speaking about their newest collaboration Kashyap added, “This time around too we were working on a tight budget. Amit gives time and makes music, I try not to misuse it too much and not let others do it either. Sometimes I don`t have the budget and I approach him myself. A lot of actors start out with me and producers exploit artistes using my name. I have told everyone that if required I will approach them myself but if someone uses my name to reduce your fee please don`t listen to them.”

When quizzed about one can anticipate extra romance from Anurag after `Almost Pyaar with DJ Mohabbat,` he stated, “I explore relationships, romance is not the focus. Dev D was about a boy who is adulting, relationships, equations and lonliness. Bombay Velvet also had romance. Gangs of Wasseypur had the most commercial romance. I look at romance from a realistic prism.”

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