From bizarre funny Jats out for robbery to dancing Sardars celebrating an engagement to late night party animals to blood hounding cops, KLPD has it all. Lokesh and Lovina run across Delhi one particular night from barren streets to glitzy farm house parties… before gradually fall in love! But as the morning dawns on Delhi, Lokesh and Lovina face the final bout of the city. How they face it and come out of it cumulates the edge of this rollercoaster comic thriller.
Vivek Oberoi plays a 20-year plus Delhi-based guy in this Sanjay Khanduri film. It is a sequel to Ek Chaalis Ki Last Local. To play the role, Vivek keenly observed the assistant directors on the sets. Even though he is 30 plus, he could imbibe their traits by imitating the attitude of the young ones on the sets.
Director Sanjay Khanduri, who is returning with Kismet Love Paisa Dilli five years after making his directorial debut with Ek Chaalis Ki Last Local, says the new film will be a re-launch for Vivek Oberoi, Mallika Sherawat and himself.
Discussing the film, Sanjay went on record and said, “Today good scripts can make an actor into a superstar. The Vivek and Mallika combination will surely thrill people. We knew that that their pairing would look good; these are two firebrands coming together to create some spark. This will be re-launch film for Vivek, Mallika as well as me.”
Sanjay also added that KLPD starring Vivek as a 25-year-old boy promises to showcase that side of the actor which hasn't been seen for long now. "Vivek has been seen as a gangster as well as biopic characters. However his potential as a lover-boy hasn't been tapped till date. He is a good actor and has a lot of spunk in him. Even before starting the film's shoot when I met him, he came across this nice friendly guy. Now after working with him I can proudly say that this naughty and romantic role of Lucky has suited him well,” Sanjay said.
Vivek and Mika together created waves few years ago with Ganpat Chal Daru La in Shootout at Lokhandwala and with this film, the actor and the Punjabi singer set recreate the magic. This time however, along with giving vocals behind the camera, Mika will also share the screen space with Vivek for the title track of the film Kismet, Love, Paisa, Dilli.
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