“We both make different kinds of films and we have both created a name for ourselves. I have learnt my work from him; so his shadow is a good one.Asked if the brothers take advice from each other, the 39-year-old said: “We don’t discuss before accepting a project, but we do discuss after that. We value each other’s opinion. I give him a mass entertaining opinion and he gives me a very cinema-literate opinion.”
“After ‘Dabangg’ people had an expectation from me, and I guess I was not able to meet up their expectation. That’s what went wrong with ‘Besharam’. People who love me were expecting something different from it. But the outcome was not as expected; so they were harsh with the movie.That’s the message that is coming. I guess the audience now wants more than masala films. It might have saturated. Cinema is growing at a faster pace and things are changing every day. So it’s difficult to judge,” he said.