Actress Manisha Koirala, whose comeback film "Dear Maya" is helmed by debutante Sunaina Bhatnagar, says younger directors are the future for the Hindi film industry.
"They are the future. . .
Contemporary directors, the younger generation. . .
They are making such beautiful movies which is not how we used to have it previously, " Manisha told the media here.
The 46 - year - old actress says they are touching upon newer subjects with different treatment.
"It's a great time.
The younger generation, it's their time, " she added.
Asked if she faced any difficulty in making her comeback, Manisha said: "I don't know if I had any difficulty.
I'm more focussed about what challenges I have in my hand.
That time I was just trying to do my part as an actor and beyond that I don't look. "
"Dear Maya", which tells the story of a woman in search of love, is set to release on Friday.