“Ekta has learnt the tricks of the trade, but there is a lot of hard work too which she put in all these years. She has come to a stage where now she knows she has got a good team and now she can go ahead. One takes time to understand a business,” Tusshar told IANS.
The 35-year-old agrees that after churning out films like “Kyaa Kool Hai Hum” and “The Dirty Picture”, his home production Balaji Motion Pictures has become popular for its bold films. He feels proud such films have been a hit with the masses.
“A lot of our films have been bold and they have done as well. There is a way to mix commercial and art and that is what Ekta has learnt to do,” he said.
Tusshar plans to follow his sister’s footsteps, and wants to produce a film as well. But he’s waiting for a good corporate tie-up with a nice director and script.