Busy with setting groundwork in place and happy that this is one film for which the wheels have started moving, writer-director Anil Sharma is euphoric to be back in action and calling the shots all over again with Sunny Deol starrer 'Singh Sahib the Great'.
"Whenever I start a new film, I get this really amazing feeling.
My enthusiasm is really high and I feel like I am starting my first ever film.
Reason being that Bollywood is such an industry that when one of your films ends, you don't know when your next would begin.
There is always this fear factor attached that agla mauka milega ki nahi.
After all pass hone ki koyi guarantee nahi hoti hai. Every film is a new exam and I am treating 'Singh Sahib the Great' as one as well."
Neck deep down into the pre-production of the film, Sharma would be shooting a film almost three years after Salman Khan starrer 'Veer'.
"After working on the film's script for close to two years, by the grace of God things have materialised well.
For me this is quite some euphoria since there is new excitement attached to the film. It is like a toy has been put into a kid's hands. Ateet peeche rakhke aage badh raha hoon.
Ab woh cinema banana hai jo logon ki pasand ka ho", signs off Sharma with hope in his voice.
The film goes on floors in the month of November. Meanwhile the wait is on for the name of the leading lady to be announced soon.