Submitted by WBRi Tollywood News on Sat, 06/23/2012 - 14:39.
Priyanka Chopra and Shahid Kapoor in Bangalore
Kolkata, India, June 23, 2012 (Washington Bangla Radio / Penning Creations) Ever looked forward to going to the multiplexes and halls simply to spend double the amount which you have spent for the actual movie ticket? It might often happen that the heaps of popcorn, snacks and drinks will occupy you far more than the movie itself.
Kunal Kohli’s movie will surely boost the profits of the beverage and the snacks departments outside the halls. Love stories have always fascinated the movie lovers. Most of the revenues of the Bollywood Industry come from the success of the romantic stories, be it Dilwale Dulhania Lay Jayege (1995), where the two lover’s path is impeded by the social customs, parents’ disapproval and disparate social milieu, or the recently released Parineeti Chopra film Ishaqzaade (2012), which narrates the story of two people from different religious background falling for each other and hence incurring the wrath of their fellow relatives and families, against the complex, licentious political background.
Director Kunal Kohli tries to traverse three time frames and incorporate all the subtle changes and multifaceted intricacies which shape the human society and to some extent our perceptions and knowledge of love. He also looks to emphasize that love is the purest and the most benign form of human expression, if experienced at its true depth.