Subhash Ghai :I'll launch my directorial venture on Diwali: Subhash Ghai

New Delhi Subhash Ghai, producer of the just released "Right Yaaa Wrong", is all set to wield the megaphone again and says his next directorial venture will go on the floors during Diwali and that it will have a "humorous streak". "I will be directing a film soon. I'll launch it around Diwali. No casting has been done and it is at the initial stages but I can say that it will have a humorous streak," Ghai, whose last mega-budget "Yuvvraaj" didn't work at the box office, told IANS. His banner Mukta Arts Ltd. is also producing a yet-to-be titled film with director duo Abbas-Mustan and a film called "Paschim Express" that will made by the students of his film school - Whistling Woods International. When asked whether he has gone right or wrong in his life, Ghai said: "Many right and many wrongs I've done in my personal and professional life. But fortunately I went right most of the times in judging people because of my strong principles and inner personality." Ghai teamed up with Sunny Deol for the first time in "Right Yaaa Wrong" and he seems to be quite impressed with the actor. "Sunny doesn't believe in show off and that's what I like about him. He just likes being associated with acting. He is very passionate about his work and is a natural actor. His honesty and truthfulness comes out through his work," he said. "I only like working with good human beings. I don't care about stars. For me, it's more important to work with a good-hearted person, even if he is a mediocre actor... I like to be comfortable while making a film," said Ghai. "Right Yaaa Wrong", the story of two friends turning foes owing to circumstances, also stars Irrfan Khan, Eesha Koppikhar and Konkona Sen Sharma. When asked why he chose an uncommon pair such as Sunny and Irrfan for the lead, the 65-year-old said: "After reading the script, I felt that these two people are apt for this film. I didn't sign them because of their face value, but because I feel that they will do justice to their roles." The thriller directed by debutant director Neeraj Pathak released Friday.