Mumbai: For Saqib Saleem, working with Karan Johar for a segment in ‘Bombay Talkies’, a bouquet of four short stories, was quite unreal.
"I couldn`t have asked for more. I have grown up watching `Kuch Kuch Hota Hai` and I couldn`t believe that these people were sitting in front of me. It was unreal," Saqib told reporters in an interview.
Saqib was first seen in ‘Mujhse Fraandhip Karoge’. His next film is ‘Mere Dad Ki Maruti’, which is coming out Friday.
The actor said he has tried to do "something different" in ‘Bombay Talkies’.
"It is a short 20-25 minute film. I am done with my part. In fact, I even heard that the film has already been edited," he said.
‘Bombay Talkies’, which celebrates 100 years of Indian cinema, will have four different short films directed by Karan, Dibakar Banerjee, Anurag Kashyap and Zoya Akhtar.