He said he would now ask more directors to make films for his banner.
'It was no longer feasible to keep my production house running with my own directorial inputs. So I invited Anees Bazmi to direct 'Singh Is King' for me. Now I'm ready to invite other directors to make films for my production house,' Shah told IANS.
'We're working with an entirely Australian crew. Though I've worked with a foreign crew while shooting 'Namastey London', Anees hasn't really had any experience in a foreign shoot. So I am here to guide him.'
Isn't there bound to be a clash when two directors work together as producer and director.
'Not at all,' protested Shah. 'I leave the execution entirely to Anees. I'm here only to help him in whatever capacity (possible).'
The director says 'Singh Is King' would have the kind of budget that he has so far not been able to afford for his own directorial ventures.
'Thanks to my collaboration with Adlabs, I feel we can give this film a truly international feel.'
'We've to be very careful with our shooting. The safety rules in Australia are very strict. We can't afford to goof up,' Shah said.ALSO READ: Akshay Kumar is all praises for Twinkle Khanna as he launches her 4th book: "Proud, prouder, proudest"