Hanif Hilal, who has debuted as an actor with filmmaker Vikram Bhatts ‘Maaya’, says the brand new internet-collection isn’t just about ‘intercourse and sensuality’, however is a significant tackle people who find themselves into alternative routes of sexual gratification.
“Being an internet-sequence, ‘Maaya’ is an ideal bridge between tv and flicks. It explores a taboo matter. A situation to discover completely different sexual urges which aren’t brazenly acceptable or spoken about by us,” mentioned Hilal, who has modified his title to Veer Aryan.
“It isn’t about intercourse and sensuality solely. It is a deep significant tackle people who find themselves into alternative routes of sexual gratification aside from these which might be broadly accepted in our society,” he added.
“Maaya”, touted as the primary Indian fictional work on BDSM (bondage, self-discipline, sadism and masochism), additionally options Shama Sikander, Vipul Gupta, Aradhya Taing and Parina Chopra.
Speaking about Bhatt, who has written and directed the online-sequence, Veer stated: “He’s a wonderful individual. He is aware of his craft and in addition is aware of what he desires from his actors.
“He’s very specific about how he perceives a scene and its graph and inside these parameters he provides you the liberty to precise it the best way you need it.”
“Maaya” is aired on YouTube channel VBOnTheWeb.