Riteish-Genelia wedding inspires 'Tere Naal Love Ho Gaya' end
They sealed their eight-year-long relationship with wedding ceremonies in Maharashtrian as well as Christian style. Now, the audiences are in for a treat as the makers of the film have incorporated a wedding climax, as a tribute to the joyous occasion and a bonus to fans.
The romantic-comedy film marks the directorial debut of Mandeep Kumar and also marks the reunion of the lead pair, after a gap of seven years on the big screen. "It is a romantic comedy, and what else you can expect a boy and girl in love to do, except get married in the end.
But I am sure the audience will love what we have done with their reel marriage," producer Ramesh Taurani said. The film will release on February 24.