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There were a lot of gangs in high school. Instead of being in a gang, I decided to dance.
Gangs are formed by kids who want love.
Terrorism, ladies and gentlemen, in my eyes I have a very, very, very simple explanation. Gangs of criminals, killers, used unfortunately by certain governments in the past for political purposes, who are on their own now as gangs.
These kids are looking for direction, for identification. Kids join gangs because they need a father figure or they want to be part of a group.
‘Gangs Of Wasseypur’ had two parts and 200 actors. I didn’t think it would be that successful and go to international festivals. These things just happen. You should just do films that you like doing.
The task of dealing comprehensively with gangs belongs to the city, not to law enforcement.
Gangs Of Wasseypur’ was a confidence booster for me.
We left my birthplace, Brooklyn, New York, in 1939 when I was 13. I enjoyed the ethnic variety and the interesting students in my public school, P.S. 134. The kids in my neighborhood were only competitive in games, although unfriendly gangs tended to define the limits of our neighborhood.
Whatever understanding I have of filmmaking is because of my stint as an assistant director on ‘Gangs of Wasseypur.’
I’m very fortunate. I loved school and, when I went there, race, gangs and violence were not issues. There was a feeling, gone now, that you had to be presentable. If you hadn’t combed your hair, older black ladies – complete strangers – would come up to you in the street and pull out a comb and straighten your tie.
I think we have always had a fascination for gangs and gangsters, and I think we always will.
Gangs are bastions of conditional love, and one of the ways to counteract it is to offer community, which will always trump gang, and that’s what happens at Homeboy Industries.
I was in middle school right around the time the Bloods and the Crips started taking root in Compton and a lot of the other neighborhoods around me. I saw way too many of my peers – smart, kind, good kids – who got drawn into gangs and violence, and their futures were going to be forever scarred by that.
Gangs are a part of living in Los Angeles, but you can exist in Inglewood or Culver City or anywhere else, without joining one.
‘Kahaani’ gave me popularity and ‘Gangs of Wasseypur’ stardom.
Everything I did in the jails – chain gangs, everything – I haven‘t changed the policy. I did it, I stand by it, and I’m not going to change.
I sort of understand why there is a brotherhood of Hamlets. It’s a nice part of acting; you do get to be part of gangs.
I started out on photography accidentally. A policeman came to a stop at the end of my street, and a guy knifed him at the end of my street. That’s how I became a photographer. I photographed the gangs that I went to school with.
When I moved from Armenia to L.A., I moved to North Kingsley Drive. That was my street, that’s where I grew up and I saw everything there. I started skateboarding there. I witnessed homelessness, the poor, you know, I noticed gangs. I learned about friendship.