Anurag Kashyap, Vikramaditya Motwane and others dissolve Phantom Films

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One of India's leading production houses, Phantom films dissolves with the four partners Vikramaditya Motwane, Anurag Kashyap, Madhu Mantena and Vikas Bahl calling it quits after 7 years of partnership of agreements and disagreements. After years of friendship, agreement and disagreement over work, the four of them have made a decision to dissolve the production company.

Anurag Kashyap, Vikramaditya Motwane, Madhu Mantena and Vikas Bahl established Phantom Films in 2011. It's been the craziest, greatest journey and the most wonderful partnership of my life. We did our best and we succeeded and we failed. My three partners have been my family through thick and thin and I can't thank them enough for their love and support over the past seven years. "We wish each other the best", he said. "I wish them nothing but the best for their individual journeys from here on and hope our paths will cross again better times".

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After that, Phantom Films and the filmmakers have produced and directed several films under the banner, including Gangs of Wasseypur, Queen, Masaan, Udta Punjab and others which have not only performed well at the box-office, but have also garnered acclaim and appreciation.

Speaking about their glorious seven years, Madhu Mantena said in a statement on Twitter, "We had a glorious run for seven years and I guess sometimes even marriages end". I personally believe that Phantom is the best thing that happened to me in my producing career. Hope to continue to be friends and may even collaborate on individual films in the future. We wish each other the best. The production firm had entered a 50-50 joint venture with Anil Ambani's Reliance Entertainment in 2015. But, the four founders of Phantom Films will continue to work with partners Reliance Entertainment individually, Shibasish Sarkar, Chief Operating Officer, Reliance Entertainment told IANS.

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