''The film will cross 100 crores,'' he said in a video conference at the second theatrical launch of the film.
The 45-year-old also said that he had a lot of fun playing a negative character, ''I have enjoyed myself. It's great fun playing a bad guy on screen. Many years ago I had played a bad role in AJNABEE. This is the second film in which I'm playing a negative character. It's very difficult to get a role like this in which the bad character gets a very important role. So when I get such an opportunity, I make sure that I don't let it go. It is a villain's love story, which is an amazing thing.''
Speaking about getting offers from production houses like Balaji Telefilms and Dharma Productions, the actor said, ''I'm very happy and lucky that I'm getting offers from such big people and their companies. I'm thankful to God also that I'm getting so many films.''
Directed by Milan Luthria and starring Sonakshi Sinha and Imran Khan, ONCE UPON A TIME IN MUMBAI DOBAARA is all set to release on August 15.