Veteran actor Randhir Kapoor, who is playing a grandpa in his forthcoming film “Super Naani”, says that he is thinking of directing a film next year. “Direction is on my mind and I would direct a film next year. I don’t want to reveal anything in advance,” the 67-year-old, who has earlier directed films including “Henna”, “Dharam Karam” and “Kal Aaj Aur Kal”, told reporters in a group interview. The veteran actor also says that he is thinking of providing great films thrugh their famour banner R.K Studio in days to come. The banner has produced some of the classic films of all time. “We have to grow by making great films from this studio but I am extremely sorry that for last few years we have not been making films. I assure that you we will provide you will some great films in future,” said the actor. Directed by Indra Kumar, “Super Naani”, also featurs evergreeen diva Rekha, Sharman Joshi and Shweta Kumar. The film is coming out 31st of Oct. The veteran actor says after a long time he has come across a good script. “After a longtime, I have liked a script. It’s a wholesome family entertainer. It’s a clean family drama and I hope that the audience will also like it. “One will take away an important message form this film and youngsters should learn a lot form this film.” he added.
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