“It is a fun film. It is a rom-com but it has a tinge of my style: realism. My signature is there in the film. It is no slapstick or brainless comedy film; it is very much real,” Madhur is quoted as saying by a news agency.
Talking about how the film was conceived, the three-time National Award winning director said: “It was after Jail that I decided to make a rom-com and not an issue based film. So, thought of making love as an issue this time.”
But veering away from issue-based films doesn’t mean that Dil Toh Baccha Hai Jee won’t have any realism.
“I never got time to think about making other kind of films. So thought let's take a break and make a glossy film with good songs. A good looking film but keeping realism to the core...no where I am digressing from the realistic part of my cinema,” Madhur added.