After Dhoom 2 and Krrish [Images], Hrithik Roshan [Images] will rock in a musical to be released next year. Hrithik's uncle and music director Rajesh Roshan is likely to direct the movie.
"I am doing very few films now," says Rajesh Roshan. "I am in no mood to do more music now. I don't get excited by the offers that come my way, so I feel it is time for me to make a film."
"If I make a film it won't be for commercial reasons," Rajesh Roshan continues. "I need creative satisfaction and only then I can move in as a director."
Rajesh has worked in about a dozen films with his brother Rakesh Roshan.
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Rajesh and Rakesh are sons of yesteryear music director Roshan, who composed the music for films like Barsaat Ki Ek Raat, Taj Mahal [Images] and Chitralekha.
Rakesh and Rajesh began working in tandem with the hit film Khudgarz in the 1980s. Rakesh directed the film and Rajesh scored the music. The duo's last big hit was Koi Mil Gaya in 2003. Krrish is the sequel to that film.
But Rajesh Roshan is tightlipped about Hrithik's next project, the musical. All he says is that "there will be English songs in the film and also Hindi numbers."
"Hrithik is a great help to me while I compose the music for our films," the music director continues. "He gives his inputs to us. He sits with me and learns a lot about music too. He is very fond of learning and very involved in the filmmaking process."