Their attire and backdrop are a combination of city and rural lives.
Going by the look of the posters, it seems Imran is playing a city-based guy and Kareena is acting as a simple girl from village dressed in salwaar kameez.
In the first poster, Imran and Kareena are seen sitting opposite each other on a broken bridge as their eyes meet. The poster goes well with the tagline of the movie 'Only love can bridge the gap'.
In the second poster, Imran is standing next to Kareena, with a clay pot on his head, while the actress is seen striking a pose next to him. The actors are standing on a bunch of hay and the background shows a bridge in a city.
Kareena's bright coloured clothes definitely get one's attention.
Punit, who has worked with Imran in 'I Hate Luv Storys' will be working with Kareena for the first time.
He revealed the first look on Twitter on Sunday and captioned the posters as, "With a lot of love and passion we've made a film.. Here's the first look ... Our first two posters."
The cast and crew of the movie recently finished shooting in Bhuj, Gujarat.
This is not the first time Kareena and Imran are sharing screen space. They were seen together in slice-of-life 2012 movie 'Ek Main Aur Ekk Tu'.
Produced by Dharma Productions, 'Gori Tere Pyaar Mein' is set to release on November 22.
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