Yesteryear actress Poonam Dhillon, who is set to don the director's hat, is not launching her son Anmol in the film, as he is personally not ready to face the camera.
"I am not launching my son in my first film. In fact, I am launching myself as a director. There are two years or so for him. He himself does not want to face the camera unless and until he is all ready," the 50-year-old said here Sunday at the Big Star Entertainment Awards.
"Many offers have come to him but he always rejects, saying 'I want to be fully ready, today's scenario is not such that you come half prepared on camera'. Everyone says he is all ready, has good looks but he says no and I like that attitude," she added.
Poonam believes this is the best time for the film industry and even she plans to face the camera yet again.
"I think the standard of everything, be it actors or the filmmaking has increased so much that I am waiting now to do good films again and work with good actors. It is the best time for the filmmakers and actors today," Poonam said.