Mumbai, Dec 20 (IANS) Actor Adhyayan Suman prefers to have a realistic approach towards his films and says right now he can't think of joining Rs.100-crore club.
Gearing up for the release of his next "Dehraduun Diary", directed by Milind Ukey, he said: "As far as the Rs.100-crore figure is concerned, you are talking about the films that have Shah Rukh Khan, Hrithik Roshan and Aamir Khan. I respect them as an actor and as actors I love them."
"They have worked very hard to reach at the stage where they are now and I have just begun. So, I am realistic and I know that my film will not earn Rs.100 crore. I would love to have my film collect that much money at the box office but I know that wouldn't happen," the 24-year-old said here Wednesday at the music launch of the film.
"Dehraadun Diary" also stars Ragini Nandwani, Rohit Bakhshi and Ashwini Kalsekar.
Adhyayan made his Bollywood debut with "Haal-e-Dil" in 2008 and was later seen in "Raaz - The Mystery Continues" and "Jashnn."