"I signed all the three films long back. I didn't want to jinx it by announcing (it earlier). It was an honour to be launched by John's production in Bollywood, and to be doing two more films under the same banner is even more exciting," Rane told IANS.
While the actor awaits the release of "Satra Ko Shaadi Hai", he's yet to start shooting for the other two projects.
Rane, who is equally busy in Telugu filmdom, says he has no plans of shifting to Mumbai.
"My fans are happy that I'm doing Hindi films. I'm also getting Telugu movie offers. I want to concentrate on both the industries and so I have no plans of shifting (to Mumbai). I enjoy staying in my bachelor pad in Hyderabad," he said.
In Telugu, he's currently awaiting the release of "Avunu 2", the sequel to 2012 sleeper hit "Avunu".