Actor-turned-director Deepak Tijori, whose last directorial venture was 2009 Sunny Deol starrer "Fox", says he will wield the megaphone for two projects this year.
"Yes, I will be directing two films. One film will be produced by Vikram Bhatt. Vikram has written the script for it which is titled 'Love Games'. It's a thriller which will be shot soon. The star cast of the film is not yet decided," Deepak, who made his directorial debut with 2003 release "Oops!", said.
The auditions for the second film are in full swing.
Deepak said: "I am also making a film with (producer) Denis Selarka. It is yet an untitled film. We will start shooting for the film from August. The star cast for this film will be finalized in a week's time. Auditions are going on and we are primarily looking for the girl's character."
His Bollywood career started with a small role in "Krodh" (1990) and post that he earned a name for playing supporting characters in hits like "Aashiqui", "Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar", " Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa", "Anjaam "and "Lamhe".
As a director, the 50-year-old old hasn't made it big yet. His directorial ventures such as "Fareb", "Tom Dick And Harry" and "Fox" couldn't set the cash registers ringing.