David Dhawan wants to try his hand at serious cinema
David Dhawan is known for his slapstick comedies. However, the director who is looking forward to his next release Chashme Baddoor, says he wants to experiment with a different genre now
His commercial potboilers could soon be replaced by serious films.
Says David, “I have been in the industry over 30 years now and people identify me for my films. I arrived in 1993 with Aankhein and since then I have made 40 films till date. Hits and flops are part of the industry and these things happen. With the promos of Chashme Baddoor, I have been getting more offers. Mera kaam badhiya chal raha hai.”
David says he is aching to break away from his popular image and try something different. “I do not wish to do the regular commercial films that I used to make. It will be a different film. I might make a comedy with emotions after Varun’s film. Haste haste rula do and rulate rulate hasa do.”