(For an editor) You can earn lakhs a month if you are good at it, and the jump can happen in a year or two depending on the quality of your work.
(For a director) Nothing succeeds like success, one good film and the sky is your limit.
(For an editor) There is a sense of power in weeding out the unnecessary bits of film and showcasing the best efforts of the cast and crew. It is the editor who finally gives shape to a film.
(For an editor) Long hours at the studio, fighting loneliness and going through taxing schedules.
(For a director) Tension at workplace can run high especially when deadlines approach.
(For editors and directors) Long hours take their toll on health.