Girish Kumar says even though the premise of his upcoming film 'Loveshhuda' might look bold, he is not anticipating any trouble from the censor board.
Girish Kumar. Pic/Onkar Devlekar
The romantic-comedy, directed by Vaibhav Misra, follows the life of two youngsters, who have a one-night-stand.
Earlier, the film's teaser, with the tag line "a love story that starts in bed", was reportedly given an 'A' certificate by the censor because of the word 'bed' in it.
When asked if the makers are anticipating any cuts from the censor, Girish told reporters, "Bold... well it's actually a very real life thing. We are just trying to be as real as possible. And I think we haven't done anything in the film which the censor will object to. We have done justice to the film with the script we had in hand."
The 26-year-old actor spoke at the trailer launch of the film last evening.
Girish, who made his big screen debut in the 2013 Prabhudheva directed 'Ramaiya Vastavaiya', said he will be seen in a new look in 'Loveshhuda'.
"It's every actor's job to do justice to the character. The script written by Vaibhav had a lot of depth for the character. So a lot of it came from the script, even the styling."
The film marks the Bollywood debut of 2013 Miss India winner Navneet Kaur Dhillon.
The actress believes acting and walking the ramp are two completely different things.
"Acting is a completely different field as compared to beauty pageants and ramp walk. So talent is very important. I always believed I am a born actress. But yes, both are two different things."
When asked if 'Loveshhuda' bares any resemblance to films like 'Hangover' and 'Ek main aur Ekk Tu', Girish said, "The film is very real and that (one night stand) is just a layout.
To generalise that is not really fair. When people will get to see the film they will realise it has more than that.
"I hope it becomes a musical blockbuster. The team has worked really hard on the music. I owe it to all to them, they are masters."
'Loveshhuda' releases on February 5.