Filmmaker Rakesh Roshan says his two grandsons Hrehaan and Hridhaan want to follow in the footsteps of their father Hrithik Roshan and become actors.
The 65-year-old actor-turned-director is the son of renowned Bollywood music composer Roshanlal Nagrath and he says it would be nice to have his grandsons join the film industry and keep the Roshan legacy going.
"Before joining films Hrithik assisted me in a few films. Now Rajesh's (Roshan) son is assisting me... we have another Roshan coming up. Then we have Hrehaan and Hridhaan. When I ask them what you want to do, they instantly say actors. So the Roshan's are there and they will be there," Rakesh said.
The Krrish 3 helmer was in the capital last night to attend the CII Big Picture Summit where he along with his son Hrithik and music director brother Rajesh Roshan were felicitated for their contribution to Indian cinema.
Rakesh revealed that he is currently working on a script, which will see him reunite with Hrithik again after directing his son in films like Koi Mil Gaya, Krrish and Krrish 3.
"Very soon you will see us together again. I am working on a script. I was looking out for a script for some time now. I hope it comes out well and we will soon begin working on it," Rakesh said, adding that it will not be a continuation of the Krrish franchise.