Filmmaker Saurabh Varma, who has almost shot the major portions of his film "7 Hours To Go", says it's an investigative thriller of the kind that Bollywood doesn't make anymore.
Varma told IANS: "All my films are different from each other. And as a filmmaker, it's my conscious decision to make different kind of films. While 'Solid Patels' is a comedy film, '7 Hours to Go' is an investigative thriller film."
He calls it a "special film" as "unfortunately, we don't make investigative thrillers anymore".
"It has not been explored much," added the "Mickey Virus" director.
"7 Hours to Go" is touted to be an action-packed ride filled with thrill and suspense.
To be produced by Krian Media, "7 Hours To Go" will feature Sandeepa Dhar in a prominent role.
Meanwhile, Varma is juggling between both his films.
"At the moment I am handling both the films together. I am confident both are of different content," he said.