The 71-year-old filmmaker confirmed the news to Mirror. “I am definitely planning a film with Tiger but nothing has been finalised yet. My team of writers is working on a script and we will roll once I am satisfied with the final story. It may be a performance-oriented film, with some action, of course,” he said.
The veteran filmmaker had on Sunday attended the closing ceremony of the film festival of National Award-winning films, organised by the National Film Archive of India where he submitted 24 of his films, 19 of which are his own directorial, for archiving.”It’s a great step by National Film Archive of India to include films from mainstream cinema for preservation and archiving for future references. I happened to be the first one,” said Subhash who submitted negatives of his films including ‘Kalicharan’, ‘Karz’, ‘Hero’, ‘Pardes’, ‘Taal’ and ‘Khalnayak’, among others.”I am honoured to submit all my films to their archive, on the same premises where I was a cinema student in 1956 for two years,” he signed off.