New Delhi, April 28 (IANS) Filmmaker Nagesh Kukunoor has tried his hands at romantic, high on emotions and out-of-the-box cinema, and says now he dreams of making a big-budget action movie.
The work of 46-year-old filmmaker includes “Hyderabad Blues”, “Iqbal”, “Bollywood Calling”, “3 Deewarein” and “Dor”.
“The genre that attracts me the most and the one I have not dabbled in is a big budget action film. It would be great to actually try my hand at one,” Kukunoor, busy with post-production of upcoming movie “Laxmi”, told IANS.
The filmmaker has also acted in his directorial ventures “3 Deewarein” and “Hyderabad Blues”. In “Laxmi”, he once again faces the camera to play a pimp.
And he is open to the idea of taking up a lead role again in future.
“You never know. After ‘3 Deewarein’, I have not done any role as large as in ‘Laxmi’. Acting is a skill and if you don’t work hard, you can lose it. Who knows if there is a role and demands so and I believe I can bring justice to it,” said the filmmaker who also featured in his film “Dor”.