Performer turned-director Sohail Khan says he needs to concentrate more on directing and producing movies as he was not happy with the sort of parts he was getting as an on-screen character. "I was not getting great work as a performer and I would prefer not to act only for it. I had a few movies in the past however I understood I had a decent creation house to fall back on. I thought let me direct, let me produce".
Sohail, 46, said he would act just in the event that he gets great parts else he would stick to coordinating and delivering motion pictures as he discovers they easily fall into place for him. "I needed to back off and did not have any desire to do pointless work for the performer's tag. I'm extremely upbeat delivering and remarkably to me actually," he said.
At the point when gotten some information about who motivates him the most regarding filmmaking, Sohail said, "I am a tremendous enthusiast of Rajkumar Hirani. He truly buckles down on his scripts and knows how to give a rousing story stimulation which is his USP. "He has so far made four movies in ten years and each of his movies is superior to the next one and it is fantastic. I've learnt a considerable measure from his motion pictures."
Sohail, who made his directional introduction with the 1997 film "Auzaar" and has coordinated Nawazuddin Siddiqui-starrer satire 'Freaky Ali', said, "regardless I need to learn such a large number of things in the field of course. There is far to go and I need to continue developing as a movie producer."
While discussing 'Freaky Ali', he said, "I needed to make a film on games for quite a while in light of the fact that I have a colossal enthusiasm for that. I went over golf and considered meshing it into reality with the assistance of my film's essayist, Raaj Shaandilyaa. Additionally, Nawaz was ideal for the character of Ali in the film as he is a major oddity, all things considered, too and no one but he could have played it so well."
'Freaky Ali' is an account of an obligation gatherer (Nawazuddin Siddiqui) who turns into a hitting the fairway sensation. It additionally stars Arbaaz Khan, Amy Jackson and Jas Arora. The film will hit theaters on September 9.