Director Nikhil Advani said Hrithik Roshan has not walked out of his next project "Bazaar" and he actor is yet to give the final nod.
Gossip mills were abuzz that Hrithik had walked out of the project after Nikhil's unsuccessful films - "Hero" and "Katti Batti" but the director clarified that he is yet to finish the final draft of the script and then only things will be sealed.
"Hrithik and I had a conversation about the film only once. I am presently working on the final draft of the script. Post which I would narrate the story to Hrithik and then he would decide about the film," Nikhil told PTI.
There were also reports that he has put the project on hold, to which Nikhil said, "It's not true.. we are working on the final draft of the script."
Earlier, the "Kal Ho Na Ho" helmer had said that "Bazaar" is a story of city Mumbai on lines of powerful drama like Yash Chopra's "Trishul" (starring Amitabh Bachchan and Sanjeev Kumar) but with stock market as the backdrop.
Hrithik is currently shooting for Ashutosh Gowariker's period drama "Mohenjo Daro".