Mumbai: Though filmmakers in Bollywood are on a roll making sequels, director Sagar Ballary wants to limit his `Bheja Fry` franchise till the second part and is not contemplating making a next one.
"I am right now in a situation where lots of people are doing it and looking at it as franchise to make sequels. But `Bheja Fry 2` is not franchise by choice it is a franchise by demand," Ballary told reporters.
"At this point of a time we are not even thinking of part three…our focus is on part two. We very well realise that it is not a golden goose which should be cut in and all the eggs should be taken," he said.
After making the audiences laugh out loud with `Bheja Fry` after four years, Ballary is all set to hit the chord with `Bheja Fry 2`. "We are trying to make a simple vulnerable true honest film. The subject and the title itself has become a franchise," he said.
The film revolves around Bharat Bhushan played by actor Vinay Pathak tax inspector who is looking to fulfil his long cherished dream of becoming a singer.
In `Bheja Fry 2`, the idiot`s journey continues abroad which has bigger star cast and higher budget. The film stars Vinay Pathak, Kay Kay Menon, Minissha Lamba, Suresh Menon and Amol Gupte.
"As soon as part one was released...we had soon made this announcement that we would make the second part but how, when where and what..was not said. But we were sure that time about the part two. As of now we know there is only part two and we are not thinking also about part three," Ballary said.
`Bheja Fry 2`, produced by Mukul Deora releases tomorrow.