Year 2012. Four releases, three successes - Vikram Bhatt is indeed on a roll and he is making no attempt to conceal his excitement. Of course the matured persona of him prevents him from painting the town red.
However he is not mincing any words when it comes to stating facts and just like the manner in which he accepted his failure (Dangerous Ishhq), he is also ensuring that the successes (1920 - Evil Returns, Raaz 3, Hate Story) are spoken about as well.
"I guess you can add '1920', 'Shaapit' and 'Haunted' to your list as well", smiles Vikram who has seen a turnaround in fortunes ever since Rajneish Duggall and Adah Sharma starrer '1920' ended his particularly bad streak of a dozen odd consecutive failures four years ago.
"Since then, six of my films have been successful. That's not a bad ratio, isn't it? Honestly, my career is on a high and I am enjoying every moment of it", adds Vikram.
Well, with films like 'Ankur Arora Murder Case', 'Hate Story 2', 'Haunted 2' and 'Bhaag Johnny' in the pipeline and a three film contract with Bhushan Kumar, Vikram is indeed on a roll.