The actor and teacher was last seen in the Hollywood hit The Silver Linings Playbook.
He told The Times of India: "We are a very young country in terms of entertainment, it's only now the audience is getting more opened to newer kind of cinema. We need to compete with ourselves and also the bigger question is how many original movies are we making? We are suffering from Tarantino disease."
Kher also spoke about the Writers' Guild nomination for the cast of the critically acclaimed drama The Silver Linings Playbook.
The star said: "It was surreal, sitting in Shrine auditorium with likes of Robert De Niro, Bradley Cooper and Chris Tucker. I feel proud of being part of a movie which has eight Oscar nominations and I feel even more proud to represent my country at such award functions."
He recently said the Academy Award nominations have "rewarded" him for his contribution to Indian cinema.
Watch the trailer for The Silver Linings Playbook below: