Arshad Warsi is all set to make his directorial debut with a film titled Azad.
Talking about the film to Devansh Patel of Hungama, Warsi said “There is a friend of mine who is a journalist. He had a concept, an idea. So one day, we just started chatting about what he had thought. It was a nice little story. We wanted to make a very quirky action comedy. It’s a little bit on the Guy Ritchie side and the Tarantino side. That’s the fact and I have nothing to hide. 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.”
We wish Arshad loads of success and hope that the very talented actor turns out to be a equally talented director.