'Gori Tere Pyaar Mein is the most fun film: Imran Khan
London: Imran Khan has described his upcoming film 'Gori Tere Pyaar Mein' as one of the most fun work experiences that he has had till date.
"For me this is the most fun film. What makes it special is the chemistry and interaction between me and Kareena (Kapoor Khan). That is what makes the film stand out," Imran told us.
"Kareena and I have good chemistry. I think we look good together. Part of the reason is because inherently we understand each other as actors," said Imran, who is in the UK capital to promote the film alongwith with his leading lady Kareena.
The romantic comedy film has been directed by Punit Malhotra and produced by Karan Johar under the banner of Dharma Productions.
Imran said the film is aimed at younger couples and the family audience.
"Karan likes his films to reach out across the audiences and he likes to make his films family friendly. You can watch it with your parents and parents can take their kids to watch it," he said.
Imran also revealed that the film was shot in many locations. "The first half is primarily shot in Bangalore where the romance begins. The second half was shot outside Bhuj in Gujarat, then Rai outside Pune in Maharashtra and then in Film city. It was a difficult film to shoot. We were shooting outdoors in the peak of summer in May and June - it was over 45 degrees every single day.
Kareena said that working in 'GTPM' has been a wonderful experience and she is happy to reunite with Imran after 'Ek Main Aur Ekk Tu'.
"People spoke a lot about our chemistry after 'Ek Main... I hope in this film also it comes across well because it is very different from what we played earlier. This is a lot more earthy, rusty and desi," Kareena said.
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