Mumbai, Oct 30 (IANS) After debuting with "Aiyyaa", Sachin Kundalkar is busy writing his second film and says it will go on the floors in January next year.
"I am writing two scripts and both of them are almost ready. Now I have to choose between the two scripts and put it on the floor."
"I have almost decided the star cast and I shall make an announcement by December. And if things will fall in place, then the film will go on the floors in the early 2013," he added.
His "Aiyyaa" was an unusual story of a Marathi girl, played by Rani Mukerji, who gets attracted to a guy because he smells in a particular way. However, the concept didn't go down well with audiences.
Asked which genre is he experimenting with this time round, Kundalkar said: "I don't believe in any genre. For me, a film is a film. I can't say what (genre) will be my next film, but in a month's time I will reveal it."
As far as critics' views on "Aiyyaa" are concerned, he has taken the negative reviews positively.
"The film has garnered a mixed response. As a filmmaker, you should have a heart to take all the criticisms as well. Some has given me extremely good reviews, while others have given extremely negative reviews. I know it is tough when people don't like your film, but as a filmmaker I take these things as a challenge. I take it positively," he said.