Girish had made his debut with Prabhu Deva's directorial venture 'Ramaiyya Vastavaiya', produced by the actor's father Kumar Taurani. But he is now open to work in a film outside his father's production house. "I am reading scripts.
I am receiving various film offers like romantic, thriller, etc. There are things being discussed within my father's production company and outside as well. I want to create my own identity. I am open to do outside banner films," Girish told PTI.
"I am thankful to the industry for their overwhelming response to my debut film. After the success of 'Ramaiyya Vastavaiya', I have to be careful while choosing the next project as trends keep changing. I want to take the right call.
I want to be part of good films," he said. His father has bought the rights of the Telugu hit 'Arya' (2004) and it was followed by the sequel 'Arya 2' in 2009. "It is true that we have the rights of the Telugu hit 'Arya'.
It is one of the scripts that we are discussing, things are yet to be finalised," Girish said.