Boman Irani will make his directorial debut with a story of father and son

After carving a niche for himself as actor , Boman Irani He is ready to venture into another aspect of cinematography: the direction. Wearing the director's hat has been his dream for a long time, and Boman is happy that it will finally come true. While the script is ready, the cast is in the process of completion.

According to a daily, the film will go on the floors in the first half of 2020. The senior actor also told the publication that is maiden directorial venture is going to be a father-son story.

When asked if his experience as an actor made it easier for him to direct, Boman answered in the negative. He said that in the end, nothing is easy in this world and it’s only a person’s work that will take him ahead. Having said that, he admitted that being a part of the industry allowed him to reach out to people more easily.

In an earlier interview with Bombay Times, too, Boman had opened up on his desire to make a film. He had said, “I realised I needed a good script . It’s very hard to find one. I wrote something which I thought was a nice story. It also travelled to a few tables but didn’t make the cut. I realised that I need to become a student again. It’s foolish to think that if you can write, you are a writer. It’s like saying that if you can fill petrol in a car, you’re an engineer. To be a writer, you have to know the craft. I am someone who studied acting by reading books for years. Unfortunately, I couldn’t go to an institute but I attended workshops. Creativity goes hand-in-hand with science; in fact it comes after science. It’s taken me some time to understand the craft behind writing films. I was in no hurry and I even slowed down on my films. I travelled to the US, spent time with my mentor and did workshops there. In the next decade, I agree that I can do 60 or 100 films more...So what? What after that? But learning something new and applying it can keep the excitement up. At my age, I am happy to make my debut once again, this time as a filmmaker, who is also a grand daddy.”