Menendez siblings, who were the first generation of the New York Yankees to be born in India, have decided that their “gloriously career” is over.
The brothers, who also starred in films such as the 2014 hit ‘Gangnam Style’, announced that they will not be working on the next film.
The decision was made in an interview with Forbes India, which said the brothers, now in their mid-30s, were “not happy with their career path”.
“We have decided not to pursue our dream of a career of entertainment anymore, we want to concentrate on our family and our community and the country,” they said.
They also said that they had “no regrets” about their decision, adding that they have not had any contact with their families since the end of the 2017-18 season.
“Our family is strong and happy, we have not heard any negative things about our family,” they added.
In their article, Forbes India said the men have already completed “their own” film “Gangram Style”, which they also made for the Indian market.
“The men’s decision comes as they are the only ones from the New Jersey-based team to make a film for the market.
In the past, other films were made by New Jersey natives like the Indian brothers and brothers Raju and Pankaj and the Indian actor Priyanka Chopra.
The Brothers will now be focusing on their own movie, which will be released in the first half of 2019,” the publication said.
In an interview earlier this year, Menendez had said that he wanted to be a producer of a movie with his brother, who he described as “the most important guy in my life”.