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“I’m an Accidental Director”

R Madhavan on directing films in the future: 'I'm an accidental director'

R Madhavan shared this photo. (courtesy: actormaddy)

New Delhi:

Actor R Madhavan is still basking in the massive success of his directorial debut Rocketry: The Nambi Effect as fans continue to shower him and the entire team with praise and love. On Wednesday, Madhavan was in the national capital to promote his upcoming film Dhokha and while talking to ANI, he revealed his future plans in direction. Madhavan said that he is focusing more on his acting career and does not think he is interested in directing any films anytime soon.

He mentioned that he is an “accidental director” and that there are no plans to don the director’s hat in the near future.

He said, “I’m an accidental director… so for me to say I’m looking forward to directing another film, it has to come in my heart or a story that I relate to, but at the moment I’m enjoying make movies like this – Dhokha e.g.”

He added: “Audiences are mature and very demanding in this day and age and you’re taking a lot of money from them and they’re putting in a lot of effort to come and see the film… and on top of that, if you annoy them, then you are not in a good light.”

Madhavan will be seen in Dhokha along with Aparshakti Khurana, Darshan Kumar and Khushalii Kumar.

We asked him if he ever had to direct his co-stars for the film, what kind of genre he would choose. The actor burst into laughter and said: “Right now I’m really enjoying my acting phase but if I get to direct a cast like this it will be a privilege… it will definitely be out and out comedy because there were a bunch of jokers.”

Helmed by Kookie Gulati, Dhokha is touted as a multi-perspective pacy film based on an urban couple and promises to take the audience through the whirlwind journey of a day in the couple’s life.

Dhoka is co-produced by Bhushan Kumar, Krishan Kumar, Dharmendra Sharma and Vikrant Sharma.

The film is expected to release on September 23.

(With the exception of the headline, this story has not been edited by NDTV staff and is published from a syndicated feed.)

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