After the success of his debut production Vicky Donor, the Desi Boyz star said he is focused on making films for young people, IANS reports.
"I think the formula is very simple as far as I am concerned. As an individual, I believe I know what makes the youth happy in terms of films, and I want to make films for young people, who can go and say, 'Hey, this is really nice, this was a lot of fun and sensible too'. So that's the space I want to operate now and I am enjoying that space," Abraham explained.
The 39-year-old actor went on to say he had no hesitation in casting newcomer Ayushmann Khurrana in the lead role in Vicky Donor. Khurrana has also been cast in Abraham's home production Hamara Bajaj.
"I wanted to be a hands-on producer. Most actors produce films that they only act in. I wanted to make sure I make films that I believe in, even if the cast is otherwise. And I have a lot of faith in Ayushmann. I am producing another film with him. He is absolutely talented and completely a gem of a boy," said the Force star.
Abraham - who has Jaffna, Hamara Bajaj and Kala Ghoda in production - revealed he is also developing three more projects which he described as "commercial films with smaller budgets".
"The important thing is casting them right. These days, people make proposals, not films! So the important thing is to make good cinema. If Vicky Donor is a benchmark, then I guess people know the kind of films I want to make," he said.