Pakistani singer-actor Ali Zafar, who made his Bollywood debut in 2010 with "Tere Bin Laden" and is currently busy promoting his next venture 'Kill Dil', says it's his dream to make a Pakistani film and he will soon go back to his home country to start the project.
"After 'Kill Dil', I will be going to Pakistan and will work on my dream project which will be a Pakistani film. It's my dream to make a Pakistani film," Ali told reporters.
"Through this film, I want to show to the world what Pakistani films are all about.
I will be writing, directing and acting in this film," he added.
Directed by Shaad Ali, "Kill Dil" also features Govinda, Ranveer Singh and Parineeti Chopra among others.
Ali is hoping that the film will open doors for him as an action hero too.
"'Kill Dil' is an important film for me because I have been doing romantic films, but you will see me doing action in this film. I hope this film open doors for me and will be a turning point in my career," he said.
The film is set to release Friday.
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