Prithviraj Sukumaran, who debuted in Bollywood with Aiyyaa, says he is all set to wield the megaphone for a Hindi film soon, but has no plans to produce. The popular South Indian actor, who is gearing up for the release of his second Hindi movie Aurangzeb, would like to go behind the camera.
Talking about IANS, Prithviraj admitted that he has plans to direct a film, but the popular actors down South, who also produce films there, said that he has no intention of doing it in Bollywood in near future. The Malayalam actor said, "Direction is definitely on the cards. I definitely want to make my own film in Hindi one day and that's my dream."
Meanwhile, Prithviraj added, "With production, I just realised that things work very differently here (Bollywood). It is not like in South. It's a new ball game. Until I am sure that I have authentic knowledge about how to put things together for a project, I don't think I should venture into production. Direction is something I want to do soon. I had written a few things long back. I don't know when it will happen, but let's see. I am hoping it happens soon."
Keen to make it big in the Hindi film industry, the actor is hunting for a house in Mumbai. The 30-year-old said, "We have been searching for the house for the longest time. I have realised that it's easier to find a house on Mars or somewhere else, but very tough here. Hunt is still on."