"It's going to be the biggest turning point of my career, it's a film that I love and will cherish for the rest of my life. I am extremely proud," Sharman said on the sidelines of the movie's screening here Friday.
Sharman, who has featured in films like "Rang De Basanti", "Life In A Metro" and "3 Idiots", says he is currently working hard for his next film. Without naming the project, he said: "Right now I am planning to buy an aircraft as I am playing the role of an army officer in my next film. I have to learn flying an aircraft."
"Instead of borrowing and begging people to lend me the aircraft, I am buying one and will keep practicing on that," the 33-year-old said in a light mood.