While a host of Bollywood filmmakers are busy in making sequels of their hit films,actor-director Farhan Akhtar has ruled out the possibility of making a sequel of his home productionZindagi Na Milegi Dobara, saying it is not necessary. The film, which has recently won nine awards atthe International Indian Film Academy (IIFA) awards, is the story of three friends Hrithik Roshan, AbhayDeol and Farhan who go on a three-week bachelor road trip to Spain and reinvent themselves. Farhansaid, "It's not like it's necessary to make a sequel, we'll see later". The filmmaker, who was the co-hostof the IIFA awards in Singapore with Shahid Kapoor, said, "We got quite a few awards, a lot of technicalawards, Zoya won best director, we got best film, best story, best screenplay. So it feels great and it wasa lot of fun hosting the awards. So all in all a good fun trip". Talking about his upcoming film, the youngdirector said, "Our next film is Talaash. It will release in November, and is directed by Reema (Kagti). Itstars Aamir (Khan), Kareena (Kapoor) and Rani (Mukerji)."