First look - Shahrukh Khan’s romantic production ‘Always Kabhi Kabhi’
Shahrukh makes ‘Always Kabhi Kabhi’ young at heart
By Sonali Kumar
Tue, Mar 29, 2011 20:30:23 GMT
The last release of Shahrukh Khan’s Red Chillies Entertainment Billu Barber (Billu) was a box office dud but the production house has lined up two releases this year. If one is the mega budget Ra.One, another is young-at-heart romantic comedy Always Kabhi Kabhi with four young faces.
The Love Aaj Kal find Giselle Monteiro plays one of the main leads while Karim Morani’s beautiful daughter Zoa Morani is making her Bollywood debut with this film. Among actors, the movie has Ali Fazal whom we saw as Jay Lobo in 3 Idiots, and also making his debut would be the cute Satyajeet Dube, who played young Nana Saheb in the popular serial Jhansi Ki Rani.
Directed by theatre artist-actor-host Roshan Abbas, the movie is inspired from his popular 1999 play Graffiti. Set in a school in Mumbai, the coming of age tale is about a set of four friends in their last year of school. Roshan had narrated the script to Shahrukh in 2008. King Khan had liked the story after which it was announced that his banner would be associated with the film.
Shahrukh wanted to make this film about youngsters, so he wanted it to be young in all aspects. He was creatively involved in the entire making of the film. Always Kabhi Kabhi will release this June 17.