AR Murugadoss is keenly awaiting Rajinikanth's call to direct his next movie. The filmmaker has confirmed that he has approached the Tamil Super Star, but the actor has not given his nod yet.
Speaking to a media outlet, AR Murugadoss said that Rajinikanth is impressed with his story while pointing out that it is an unpredictable industry and that people's decision might change fast. He hopes that the actor will, in fact, ask him to direct his next project.
AR Murugadoss says that he has no plans to make a political movie with Rajinikanth. "I shouldn't be doing political films one after another. I did Ramana, then Kaththi and now Sarkar. All these films were political films but were different in their own way. When we do political films continuously, we might get bored at one point and even the audience will start thinking that this director only knows to make political films," Behindwoods quotes him as saying,
The Sarkar creator claims that his film is a fantasy project, but it can only be only confirmed after a few rounds of discussions with Rajinikanth.
Rajinikanth, whose 2.0 hit the screens worldwide last week, is currently busy with Karthik Subbaraj's mass-masala film Petta. The film will hit screens in January 2019.
The Super Star, who has hinted at a foray into politics, has met several filmmakers, but Rajini has not given his nod for Mrugadoss' film just yet.