Mumbai: Filmmaker Nishikant Kamat, whose film "Madaari" about a common man's plight in the country, will release on Friday, says he will next work on a romantic movie. "My next film is a romantic one. I want to reinvent myself, so I am taking break for six months. I have not even taken a Sunday off in the last few years, so I need to slow down. So, right now it's a sabbatical for me and then I will start with my romantic film," Kamat said. As a director, Kamat has worked on films like "Mumbai Meri Jaan", "Drishyam", "Dombivali Fast" and "Force". He says he has unfortunately not made a film from a woman's point of view. Asked why all his films have been from a male's point of view, he said: "During my theatre days, I have done all women-centric themes. I will make a women-centric film in future because I know this is one question even I have asked myself. "Probably I didn't get the right script... It was such an honour to work with Tabu in 'Drishyam', but you need a substantial role for an actor of her calibre." "Madaari" features Irrfan Khan as the protagonist.