He wowed everyone with his storytelling technique in award winning movie "Do Dooni Chaar" and buoyed by the positive response to his middle-class drama, director Habib Faisal says he will certainly make a sequel to the film, but is waiting for a "kick-ass" script. Lead actor Rishi Kapoor is equally excited about the idea.
The 2010 movie starring Rishi and Neetu Singh">Neetu Singh in the lead roles along with Archit Krishna and Aditi Vasudev brought the story of a middle-class family's predicament when they decide to buy a four-wheeler. The light-hearted drama not only wowed the movie-goers, but also won National Award for best Hindi film.
"I want to make a sequel to the film and I know that Rishi and Neetuji are equally exited to be part of it, so there is a possibility for the sequel. Right now I don't have the script because I need a kick-ass script and I don't know when the script will get ready," Habib Faisal told IANS.
"If not better, the sequel should be at least as good as the first one. I certainly desire to make a sequel to the film in future, but now there is no concrete idea as such," he added.
Meanwhile, Rishi, who is tied up with a lot of projects this year, said: "I am really excited about the sequel and I would love to be part of it, but I haven't heard anything from the other end."