Khan, who has earlier directed the sequel of hit film "B.A.Pass", "B.A.Pass 2", feels that Indian filmmakers should also keep the international market in mind.
"Today, an Iranian film does its business in almost 150 countries so, I feel we have to make films which will do well in India but it should also open up international market. To achieve that, we should tone down every aspect of filmmaking which is instrumental to make a film and there has to be some logic in script plus, settings have to be realistic," said Khan.
Talking about the storyline and concept of 'Delhi 47 km", he said there is sarcasm in the film.
"Delhi being the capital of our country, 47 kilometres away from Delhi there is a small town where there is exploitation of women and children and the film is about the plight of a small town which is so near to the capital of our country," he said.
The film is a story of a bunch of losers who are driven to helplessness due to the various flaws of the system present in the Indian society.
The film features Rajneesh Dubey, Dolly Tomar and Mustakeem Khan in the lead roles.
"Delhi 47 km" is produced by Jigar Rawal, Sachin Saxena, Rajneesh Dubey and Shadab Khan. It is presented by CineCloud Films and Asma Ali Shaikh and will hit cinemas on July 6.
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