One of the most successful contemporary film director Madhur Bhandarkar whose latest film Page Three has been adjudged a masterpieces by the discerning viewers, said that he believes in making films in his own style and following the dictates of his conscience. He was addressing the students of Asian School of Media Studies and Asian Academy of Film & TV, in the national capital region. Complementing Sandeep Marwah on establishing the first media university of India, he invited the students of cinema of this institution of higher learning to work with him. Film producer Ashok Pandit accompanying the talented film director, said that everyone including a filmmakers has to be honest and respectful towards his fellow works. Pointing out to the importance of a strong character, he advised the fresh entrants to the film industry not to fall a prey to frivolous and flippant activities in the show world. The noted television anchor Suhaib Illiyasi and the bollywood actor Mukesh Tyagi also expressed their views on the television presentation and films on this occasion.