Baadshaho has made decent collections at the Box Office and has also raked in good reviews.
In an interview, Emraan was asked, If given an opportunity to revive the kind of romantic films you did earlier, would you take it up at this point of your career?
Yes, I would, but I would do it with a director, who perceives this world and this genre very well. For me, it has been romantic thrillers in the long run, and there was a Vishesh Films stamp in all those films.
I will never do a film like that with Vishesh Films. I think we have lived our team together successfully, but for the audience it has become stale and much predictable.
If I do it, I'll do it with someone else, who has a different eye for thriller, which I've tried of all the versions of getting into in the next year with 'Captain Nawab.
'It's a fabulous script that I've got. It's very difficult to face the audience in lower weekend because they have become very much predictable, that's because they've seen so much.
In 14 years I've realised that a shocker and goner film would probably for me be such a stereotype. So, we have to break that and get the audience involved in the climax scene.