The 52-year-old industry veteran will next be seen in Shootout at Wadala.
He told The Times of India: "As far as Sonam's career goes, we both speak to each other on the films she wants to do or the films that are offered to her. However, most of her decisions are independent ones.
"I do not interfere. Sonam does less work and that is why she has retained her freshness.
"In my home, no one is in a hurry to get anywhere. Even now, she is doing films like Bhaag Milkha Bhaag and Raanjhnaa that may not be big-budget movies, but are certainly good. I have seen her refuse some really big films because she is choosy.
"I don't want to take that cross on me - trying to get them to do something that they may later hold me responsible for."
The Race 2 star added that having his other two children in the industry was "exhilarating".
Last year, it was reported that he still guides Sonam's film career, despite claiming to be hands-off.
He has previously admitted that his daughter inspired him to consider directing his first film.