Direction happened by chance: Prabhu Deva
Vancouver: His debut Hindi directorial venture 'Wanted' was one of the earliest members of the 100-crore club but Prabhu Deva says turning filmmaker was something that happened by chance.
The 40-year-old actor-choreographer-director has a busy year ahead with four films including one with Salman Khan.
"I love to work but yes it is a very busy time for me. Bollywood is treating me well. I have couple of films lined up. I am doing one film with Ajay Devgn and another one with Salman," Prabhu Deva said.
The self-confessed action lover, Prabhu Deva says he does not plan things in his life.
"I never planned to become a dancer but I became one. Same thing happened with acting and direction. I remember I was doing the choreography of a film and the producer came and offered me to direct the film. It was in Telugu and that is how it started."
His success in action films saw Prabhu Deva finding it difficult to explore other genres but he is doing his first romantic film with Tips now. The movie 'Ramaiya Vastavaiya' stars Shruti Haasan and Sonu Sood.
"I was not getting romantic films after the success of my action films but this one is very romantic but I am returning to action with 'Rambo Rajkumar'. It stars Shahid Kapoor in the lead," he said.
Prabhu Deva hopes to return in front of the camera too with the sequel of 'ABCD'.
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