Love is beyond gender: ‘Dunno Y2…’ actors (Movie Snippets)

Mumbai, Sep 20 (IANS) Actors Kapil Sharma and Yuvraaj Parashar of “Dunno Y2.. Life Is a Moment”, whose film delves on the LGBT issue, believe love is an emotion that transcends gender.

The actors support the issue of LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) wholeheartedly.

“We think it’s about love. Nothing is wrong in it. Love is beyond gender, you are just loving and not doing a murder or rape,” Yuvraaj said at a promotional event here.

The film is the sequel of 2010’s “Dunno Y… Na Jaane Kyon”. The actors feel the fact that such films are emerging in the Indian film market, is an “achievement”.

“It’s a matter of pride…It’s kind of a revolution as something similar hasn’t ever happened in Hindi cinema. So it’s our first step towards human equality. This should not be limited in films only. This is a part of life and numerous lives can transform with it. And we will work for it,” said Kapil.

Apart from Kapil and Yuvraaj, the film also stars Zeenat Aman, Pakistani actresses Sadia Khan and Meera among others. Musical legends like Lata Mangeshkar and Salma Agha have lent their voice for the film.


Aamir Khan inspires Ridhima Sud

If there’s one actor who inspires Ridhima Sud, it’s Mr. Perfectionist Aamir Khan.

When Ridhima was busy researching for her role of an investigative journalist in “Kajarya”, she found it inspiring to watch “Satyamev Jayate”, a show hosted by Aamir, in which he talks about grave issues of the Indian society.

While the filming of the movie was done, Ridhima used to watch the episodes of the shows before the filming.

“Aamir is one of the strongest examples of someone who is giving back to society and of being a value add. Aamir Khan is a great example of someone trying to give back to society through the visual medium.

“He is an inspiration for bringing important stories to the forefront and addressing topics that are very much still a part of India’s reality,” Ridhima said in a statement.

Focusing on the subject of female foeticide, Madhureeta Anand’s directorial “Kajarya”, will have Ridhima investigating some gruesome activities going on in a village.

“Kajarya” has already premiered at various international film festivals.


Not jittery about ‘Hate Story 3’: Sharman

Best remembered for roles in films like “Life…In A Metro”, “3 Idiots” and “Ferrari Ki Sawaari”, Sharman Joshi says he only believes in giving his best to a project that he chooses from his heart, and then leaves it for the audience to decide its fate.

His next release would be “Hate Story 3”, and he’s waiting to know the response to it when it releases on December 4.

“But I’m not jittery because I do my work with complete faith and that’s all i can do… what I have control on, I give my 100 percent to it and I choose from my heart what roles i want to do, or the films I want to be a part of.

“Then, I give my 100 percent and hang in there,” Sharman told IANS.

In Vishal Pandya-directed “Hate Story 3”, Sharman will be seen with Daisy Shah, Karan Singh Grover and Zarine Khan.

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