Director Ritesh Batra on The Lunchbox (Q&A) (11 mins)
Indian writer-director Ritesh Batra discusses the inspirations and collaborations behind his first feature, The Lunchbox – a charming, feel-good drama about the relationship that develops between a neglected housewife and widower following a mix up by ‘dabbawala’ couriers in Mumbai.
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