At present, I am doing films mostly with newcomer directors. This is not a conscious decision; it's just turning out that way.
Subhash Ghai had told me not to work with new directors in the beginning of my career. His reason was that I was new and didn't know anything about the industry, so I shouldn't be with new directors because they will not know much either.
When you work with an established director, you know exactly what he wants from you. We know the filmmaking styles of established directors like Dharmesh Darshan or Yash Chopra. For example, if you do a film with Yashji, you know he likes white costumes, but to act with a new director, you have to discuss a lot of things before giving a shot.