Director Rohit Shetty, who shares the success of his films with his team, says he has put on hold his plans to make a fourth instalment of his superhit "Golmaal" series.
"I have stopped making 'Golmaal' now. I don't know for how long. But for my next three films no 'Golmaal' happening," Shetty told IANS.
Riding high on the success of four back-to-back hits with "Golmaal Returns", "All The Best: Fun Begins", "Golmaal 3" and "Singham", the humble director credits his team for the successes.
"I thank god. I have been lucky. For a blunt guy like me who doesn't think and talk, I have come so far and I think it is because of my team. I have a fabulous team - writers, assistants, action team and of course Ajay (Devgn) - working with me," said Shetty whose association with Ajay started with his first film "Zameen" in 2003.
"Whatever I am today is because of them (team) and their faith in me. They stand by me. They come with innovative ideas that changes the whole perception of the film in a big way," he added.
Shetty is now looking forward to the release of comeic caper "Bol Bachchan", with Abhishek Bachchan, Ajay, Asin Thottumkal and Prachi Desai. Distributed by Fox Star Studios, it hits theatres July 6.