"It's too premature. I am talking to everybody and it is quite exciting because it will give me an opportunity to work with some of the actors and actresses who I think are known as classic in the film industry," Nikhil told reporters here Thursday.
"I can't talk about it now. Among other scripts, yes, I am working on this one as well," he added.
According to reports, the movie will not only mark Madhuri Dixit's comeback, but will also feature six other heroines -- Preity Zinta, Deepika Padukone, Dimple Kapadia, Karisma Kapur, Rani Mukherjee and Genelia Dsouza.
The director clarified that it's not a women-centric film and added: "It's a fun masala Bollywood movie with a lot of women. It's not like 'Lajja' or Raj Kumar Santoshi's film. It's lot of fun. It is a multi-starrer film. It's the kind of the film I grew up watching."