Mumbai: Writer Shridhar Raghavan, who has written scripts for films like "Khakee" and "Dum Maaro Dum", says he will never get into direction unlike many of his counterparts.
"I get a lot of joy in writing... it's my passion. I know most of the writers eventually want to direct films but I have no such plans. I am extremely happy writing," Raghavan told IANS.
The writer, who also scripted the 2005 film "Bluffmaster", is open to writing in different languages.
"I am perfectly fine writing films in any language be it in Hindi, Tamil or Malyalam. As long as I am writing I am enjoying. The medium or the language is not important for me," he said.