Mumbai: Producer Siddharth Roy Kapoor says he does not give any tips to his actor brother Aditya.
"I don't think he (Aditya) needs any tips from me. He is handling his career really well himself so far. It's good to be choosy as you are going to spend a year, so it has to be for a good film," Siddharth told reporters here on the sidelines of wrap-up party of his upcoming film "Tamasha".
Siddharth, MD, Disney India, said he has decided to produce "Tamasha" primarily because of its story and the team.
"When we heard the story, we liked it. We have had good association with Imtiaz, Ranbir and Deepika. We have (AR) Rahman giving music, Sajid (Nadiadwala) producing and Imtiaz directing it. Ranbir and Deepika in the lead, so why not do the film," he said.
Some pictures of Ranbir and Deepika from the film have been doing rounds on the Internet for sometime, to which Siddharth said it was given out by them for the audiences.
Reportedly, Ranbir and Deepika got emotional after the shoot wrap-up of "Tamasha".
"I heard the cast and crew got really emotional at the end of the film. It happens when you go through an experience as they have shot a very beautiful emotional story. There is great music, lot of emotions and the humour it is typical Imtiaz Ali film," he said.
"Tamasha" is set to release on November 27.