Not many are aware, the sequel to Golmaal happened by chance. "I was working on an altogether different story; it was meant to take off from where the first part ended. But I realized that it was getting boring. I wasn't enjoying writing it. Around that time Yunus Sajawal bounced off an entirely new story of four guys and four girls. When I read the script, I realized that it could easily pass off as the sequel to Golmaal. And when I narrated the plotline to Rajbhai Mehta (of Ashtavinayak) and also Ajay Devgan, they jumped at it. That gave me the impetus to go ahead with the sequel," Rohit recalls.
[an error occurred while processing this directive] Rohit is confident that he'll continue with the Golmaal series. But before making the next instalment of this laughathon, Rohit is working on an altogether different project -- this time with Sanjay Dutt and Arshad Warsi. "I haven't signed either Baba (Sanju) or Arshad. Nor have I made them listen to the script. It was a casual conversation with Sanju and the next thing you know, the media has already made the announcement. There's nothing official about this project yet," he clarifies.