'I would like to produce films, but I feel I am an unsuccessful producer. That's the fact. The film didn't work and I felt bad,' Mithun told reporters in a group interview.
'The film didn't work, so I am not in that race. Had the film worked, things would have been different. Again it's about taking chance and nobody wants to make flop films,' he said, adding that 'it's all about public's choice'.
'Enemy', released this year, featured Mithun and his son Mahakshay along with Suniel Shetty and Kay Kay Menon. In the 1980s, Mithun was big star, thanks to the hits like 'Disco Dancer' and 'Pyaar Jhukta Nahin'. He says he is enjoying his stint as an actor.
'We were alive because of our stardom in those days. Today, I am being offered different roles and I am enjoying every moment of it. Film line is all about chance. I don't think much, I just like to take chance,' said the 63-year-old, known for his performances in 'Mrigya' and 'Agneepath'.
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