John Abraham, Sunny Leone and Tusshar Kapoor in Shootout At Wadala.
After doing over 30 films in 12 years as an actor, Tusshar Kapoor wants to get into production business. He says he isn't thinking about direction right now.
"Production is something definitely on my mind. I want to set up things on my own and l am waiting for the right time," Tusshar told IANS.
The 36-year-old has some ideas, but they are in their initial stage. "I have a script idea ready, which will be a commercial film, but I have not spoken to any director so far."
"I am not thinking about directing films but I want to produce a lot of commercial films," added the actor whose sister Ekta is a successful filmmaker and television producer.
Son of Shobha Kapoor and yesteryear star Jeetendra, Tusshar faced many ups and downs in his career, but never got bogged down.
"I have seen lows in my career. At times you feel helpless, but this is part and parcel of our life. Then when things change, you realise those lows had only helped you to grow as a person. I take these things in a positive way," he said.
He was appreciated for playing a mute guy in Golmaal. He also featured in sex comedy, Kya Kool Hain Hum and crime thrillers, Shootout At Lokhandwala and Shootout At Wadala.