"I have ants in my pants, as you call it, to get back to a set and start a film as soon as I can. But it can only happen once a story is in hand," Kapoor said here Thursday at the success party of the film.
However, a sequel to "Kai Po Che!" is not a part of his plans.
"One story takes a lot of toll on you, so I'd like something new. May be a sequel happens later," he said.
"I got my credit five years back when the book released in 2008 and it became a bestseller. I had my glory then. Today I am only lucky to be a part of this team. The credit goes to Abhishek, he is the captain of the ship and then the actors," Bhagat said here.
"It's like asking a cricketer how much credit will you take for the team's win. They play for the country and we play for the film," he added.