Regret fighting with best friend Sajid Nadiadwala: Sajid Khan
Sajid Khan and Sajid Nadiadwala, who worked on the ‘Houseful’ franchise, parted ways reportedly over creative differences.
Mumbai: Filmmaker Sajid Khan says he regrets fighting with producer Sajid Nadiadwala, but is happy that they have patched up now.
In 2012, the duo, who worked on the ‘Houseful’ franchise, parted ways reportedly over creative differences.
"One regret in life is that I shouldn't have fought with my best friend Sajid Nadiadwala. I think he also regrets it. Nadiadwala and me are like soul brothers. He has also seen poverty the way I have. He is a very nice guy," Sajid said in an interview.
"We had been friends for 17 years, but for last two years we weren't friends. Now we are back. We both said, in a friendship of 17 years, enmity of two years is allowed. Even we knew that we had to come together," he said.
The director is now ready to roll two films next year and one of them will be produced by Nadiadwala, who had also produced Sajid's debut film ‘Heyy Babyy’.
"I am starting two films next year. One with Disney UTV, another one with Sajid Nadiadwala," he said without divulging any details.
Sajid, who will be seen judging Zee TV's ‘India's Best Dramebaaz’ season two, will be soon coming as a host on his own comedy show.
"I am doing my own TV show now. It's a comedy show and I'll be hosting it. That you can watch with your entire family," he said.