Rohit, who is known for working with only big stars like Shah Rukh Khan and Ajay Devgn, says he will consider new faces only after he finds the combination of a right script and fitting budget.

When asked about making a movie with newcomers, he said, “It depends on the budget, you cannot make a Rs 100 crore film with newcomers especially when it's not your money...”

“If I get a script where I feel that I need a newcomer and the budget is small or whatever, I will definitely do it. But I need to see the script, and I need to feel that, okay, now I can make the film with a newcomer,” he added.

In his career so far, Rohit has given mega-hits like ‘Golmaal’ series, ‘Bol Bachchan’ and his last release ‘Chennai Express’. The common thread among them was that the films starred big stars Ajay Devgn, Kareena Kapoor, Sanjay Dutt and Shah Rukh Khan.

In the last 10 years, Rohit has shown keen interest in the action-comedy genre. Be it ‘Golmaal’ or ‘Singham’ or ‘Chennai Express’, they all are comedy dramas with a heavy dose of action. Rohit says he will continue making such films.

"It should come from within me. If it comes from within, I will definitely do something else. But it shouldn't be like I have to prove a point that I can do something else. So, I will do something different when the right time comes," the 40-year-old said.

When asked if he fears failure, Rohit said, "Yes, I am afraid of failure. When you start a project, there is always this fear how it will end. But that fear can encourage you if you divert it to a positive direction with your positive attitude and hard work.”

The director, who had previously hosted ‘Big Switch - Season 3’, will be seen anchoring action-adventure show ‘Khatron Ke Khiladi’ for Colors channel.

"I think there is a long way to go. Every now and then the technique changes; so it's not that I have achieved those heights. Whatever I have achieved so far is just a part of the journey," he said.


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