Leading South Indian film producer Rockline Venkatesh is planning to make more Bollywood films.
Venkatesh, who produced Rajiniknath's big budget movie "Lingaa", is co-producing Salman Khan's "Bajrangi Bhaijaan" along with Salman Khan Films and Eros International.
The producer has now confirmed that he is looking forward to make more Bollywood films and is teaming up with Rohit Shetty for the Hindi remake of Tamil hit movie "Soodhu Kavvum". The 2013 movie starred Vijay SethupathI, Bobby Simha, Sanchita Shetty and Ashok Selvan in lead roles.
"I'd like to produce more films in Hindi, provided I get good scripts. It was filmmaker Vijayendra Prasad's script that bowled over director Kabir Khan, who eventually approached Salman for this project," Venkatesh told IANS.
On his association with Salman Khan, the producer said the Bollywood star is the most humble person he has ever come across. He also added that he is looking forward to bankroll films with bg stars.
"You need good scripts to approach stars. I'd love to work with all the popular heroes,' he said.
About his next project with Rohit shetty, he said that the team is yet to finalise the cast and crew of the movie.
"The project was announced long back. Rohit is yet to cast the actors for the remake, and as soon it's done, we will start the project," confirmed Venkatesh.
Rockline Venkatesh's last film was Rajinikanth starrer "Lingaa", which incurred huge losses.
His latest production "Bajrangi Bhaijaan" is set for 2015 Eid release.