New Delhi: After Rohit Shetty called his 2008 directorial venture "Golmaal Returns" a crap, its lead actor Ajay Devgn says he also agrees with the filmmaker as there were so many irrelevant dialogues in the film.
The comedy drama, starring Ajay, Kareena Kapoor, Tusshar Kapoor and Arshad Warsi, is a part of the successful comedy franchise "Golmaal".
The 47-year-old star believes that out of all the three parts of "Golmaal", its second part was the weakest.
"We all felt that it was a crap as compared to its other parts and I totally agree with Rohit. We got a little carried away in 'Golmaal 2'," Ajay told PTI.
"There were some dialogues, which were not suited for the kind of the genre we were following. But I think we realised it and then we changed it in 'Golmaal 3' again. So, second was the weakest."
The actor, however, is currently busy promoting his directorial venture "Shivaay" and cannot wait for people to watch it in theatres.
"I'm very happy. Everybody has put in a lot of hardwork. In fact, It took me more than a year to screen test all over the world to get actors like these, who are really professional."
"The child (Abigail Eames) in the film is so great, you wouldn't have seen any performance like that including all of us, she is that good. So, I'm really excited because a performance oriented film without good actors is not going to work out. And I'm hoping that the film would do good," he said.
"Shivaay" is releasing this Friday. It will also mark Bollywood debut of Saira Banu's grandniece, Sayyeshaa Saigal and polish actress Erika Kaar.