Wed, 24 Apr 2013 11:30:00 GMT | By ANI

'IDLY' about today's fastrack relationships: Kaushik

Filmmaker Satish Kaushik talks about his upcoming romantic drama 'I Don't Love You'; says the film portrays fastrack relationships of today's generation.

'IDLY' about today's fastrack relationships: Kaushik (© Varinder Chawla)

New Delhi: The cast and crew of the upcoming romantic drama 'I Don't Love You' launched its music in Mumbai.

Lead actors of the movie Ruslaan Mumtaz and debutant actress Chetna Pandey grooved to the film's music at the event.

Mumtaz, 30, described the movie as a modern concept and a new way of showing a love story.

"It's a love story and what happens is that the love stories which were made in the past there always use to be a conflict point between the lovers and that either use to be religion or status, rich and poor so this love story is different and its conflict point is a MMS Leak," he said.

"I thought it was a modern concept and it's a new way of showing a love story. Also in today's world there are lot of Breakups because of nets or tweets or relationship status on facebook. So our film deals with the problems that are faced by Love in today's time," the actor added.

Speaking on the occasion, filmmaker Satish Kaushik said that despite the fact that the film is titled 'I don't Love You', it still has love in it.

"Love can never die in life. Even though the title of the film is I don't Love You but even in that there will be I love you in some way or the other for sure. Because it's not possible that there is no I love you in I don't love you," the veteran actor explained.

"Because the title of the film is different from the story of the film and if I don't love you is being said then it's a very passionate statement which is a version of I love you only," Kaushik added.

The film, which will hit the theaters on 17th may, portrays the fastrack time pass relationship of today's generation. (ANI)

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