Yes, Arshad had nothing to hide and why should he? On further questioning, he opens up a few more cards. Warsi says, "There is humour with seriousness. I wouldn't say that it is going to be like a Kaminey. The film starts with the last scene of the film, then goes here and there, then it jumps up and down. As a director, it is the most difficult script to work on. I've got the picture in my head and so I have decided to direct it. If I give it to someone else, and if he doesn't get the clear picture, chances are there the film can go very wrong. It's tough film to direct."
For a new entrant, we're sure any film is a tough one to direct but knowing Arshad's prowess in acting, we're sure he'll do a decent job behind the camera too. So before he ends his talk on his decided direction, we quiz him one last time on the title of his film. He smiles and says, "I don't know why I'm telling you all this but I guess that's how I am. At the moment, we've tentatively titled the film Akad. I'm planning to direct Akad in 2011."