"I'm currently not working on a film outside the 'Krrish' franchise with Hrithik, but I will do a film in the future. I would love to direct him in a fresh script as soon as I'm relieved with this franchise," Rakesh Roshan told reporters here.
The filmmaker, known for directing films such as "Khoon Bhari Maang" and "Karan Arjun", launched Hrithik with hit movie "Kaho Naa... Pyaar Hai" in 2000.
"I will start working on the sequel soon. Due to public demand, we may include some sidekick characters as well," said Rakesh Roshan.
Accompanied by Hrithik Roshan and cinematographer Tirru, senior Roshan was here to celebrate the success of "Krrish 3", which has been received well in Tamil Nadu.
My mom, wife and sister are my superwomen: Hrithik Roshan
Actor Hrithik Roshan, who donned the superhero avatar in the "Krrish" franchise, doesn't need a superwoman in real life.
"I don't think I need a superwoman in real life because I have my mother (Pinky), wife (Sussanne) and sister (Sunaina). They are my superwomen and I'm glad to have them in my life. They hold a very special place and I don't want anyone else to replace it," Hrithik told reporters here Monday.
He was speaking at the meet-and-greet event organized to celebrate the success of "Krrish 3", which has reportedly minted over Rs.200 crore worldwide.
When asked how it makes him feel to play a superhero, he said: "Being a superhero is like playing any one of us because we all have it inside us. It has been a great journey for me and I learnt a lot by playing the character."
"I have learnt about several values a superhero posses and his service to the world. Even if we have five percent of those values, we can make the world a nicer place to live," he added.