'As you are well aware in my case, before things get finalised, a news leak about possible association on a project can backfire. Yes, I have a desire to work with Govinda and he has a desire to work with me,' said Mundhra.
Mundhra said he has had his fill of grim themes.
'After the completion of 'Shoot On Sight', which premieres on Dec 15 at the Dubai Film Festival, I do want to venture into a comedy in Hindi to expand my repertoire,' he said.
'My last three films, 'Bawandar', 'Provoked', and 'Shoot On Sight', have dealt with serious social issues. So it will be a nice change to do the unexpected. Beyond this, I cannot confirm anything at present as they are still at a discussion stage,' he added.