New Delhi [India], Jan. 11 : Arrange marriage vs Love marriage- an age old debate that has no end to it!
Now, a third vertical to this can be a live-in relationship, which sometimes ends up into a love marriage.
But what does such couple feel about the concept of 'arrange marriage'?
Aditya Roy Kapur and Shraddha Kapoor, who are portraying a couple in a live-in relationship, in their upcoming flick 'Ok Jaanu,' weigh in to this discussion.
During an interview with ANI here, the 'Ok Jaanu' stars shared their thoughts on what can be the possible pros and cons in an arrange marriage.
New Delhi [India], Jan. 11 : If you are asked about the similarities between 'Ok Jaanu' and 'Aashiqui 2,' the reply that will pop-up promptly in your mind is- Aditya Roy Kapur and Sharddha Kapoor.
No, it's not the only one! Rather, the similarity is much deep and grave.
Shraddha brought the connection under spotlight, during an interview with ANI here.
Speaking about it, in detail, the 29-year-old actress said, "I was telling him (Aditya Roy Kapur) the other day that before 'Aashiqui 2,' we came from two films, which did not do well. And the same thing is happening now. Both our previous films did not do that well. I hope 'Ok Jaanu' forms the same kind of connection. We hope to get that kind of love."
Dubai, September 16 : Renowned for his portrayal of drunk character, Aditya Roy Kapur has revealed that he is personally not "a suicidal drunk" kind of a person.
Speaking about his performance in 'Aashiqui 2', the 28-year-old star admitted that he has been in love and around people who are heavy drinkers and has even come across people who are the real 'Jekyll and Hyde', so he took up the role as he could pick out things from people and experiences he has encountered, the Express Tribune reported.
He has played the role of a drunkard in 'Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani' and ' Aashiqui 2'.
Mumbai: Filmmaker Tigmanshu Dhulia is bringing back 'Aashiqui 2' stars Aditya Roy Kapur and Shraddha Kapoor on-screen for his much-ambitious love story 'Milan Talkies'.
The two were finalised for the film after a string of actors including Shahid Kapoor, Imran Khan and Sonakshi Sinha opted out of the Balaji Motion Pictures-produced project.
"Aditya and Shraddha have been finalised for the film and we are yet to begin the shooting. I had Shraddha in my mind before 'Aashiqui 2' happened. She came for the auditions two years ago. She was the first choice for the film.
Mumbai, July 2 : Filmmaker Bejoy Nambiar may rope in Aditya Roy Kapur for his next film, but says the last word on the cast will happen only when he finishes the scripting.
Known for directing films like "David" and "Shaitan", the director hasn't titled his film yet.
"I am still writing my next film and not decided about the cast yet. I am still working on the script and don't want to comment on it. I just met him (Aditya) once and we are talking. I don't want to reveal anything more than that," Nambiar told IANS.
Mumbai, June 1 : Actor Kunaal Roy Kapur is happy that his brother Aditya's film "Aashiqui 2" has crossed the Rs. 100 crore mark at the box office. He says it is "unbelievable" for his family.
A Mohit Suri directorial, "Aashiqui 2" features Aditya and actress Shraddha Kapoor in lead roles.
" I am just very proud and I am very happy that his (Aditya's) film has attained blockbuster status," Kunaal said here Thursday.
New Delhi, April 29 : "Aashiqui 2", a romantic-action film, might have shared the release date with Hollywood film "Iron Man 3", but it is doing well and earned over Rs. 20 crore at the box office in the first three days of its release.
Made on a budget of Rs. 12 crore, the film stars Aditya Roy Kapoor and Shraddha Kapoor. Co-produced by Bhushan Kumar and Mukesh Bhatt under their banners T Series Films and Vishesh Films, the movie has been directed by Mohit Suri.
Mumbai, April 12 : He had two releases in 2010 and after that Aditya Roy Kapoor disappeared from the big screen. The actor says he was not looking for solo leads, but something exciting and is happy that he waited for the right projects to come his way.
His next film is Mohit Suri-directed romantic saga "Aashiqui 2", his first film as a solo hero. It'll see him romancing Shraddha Kapoor on the big screen when it hits theatres on April 26.
Mumbai, April 8 : Actor Aditya Roy Kapoor, who plays the lead in "Aashiqui 2", is said to have performed several risky stunts, including shooting while standing on the railing of a 21st floor balcony, minus a safety harness.
While shooting in Cape Town, a rain sequence required the actor to sit shirtless at the edge of a railing on the topmost floor of a building. "Even when the makers suggested using a stunt double, Aditya refused and said he was keen to shoot for it himself," said a source.
New Delhi, April 3 : "Tum hi ho", the title track from Mohit Suri's forthcoming romance-action drama "Aashiqui 2", is a hit on YouTube and it has crossed over 1,852,947 hits within 10 days of its launch.
The promo of the song was released March 23 under the label T-Series.
A remake of Mahesh Bhatt's 1990 blockbuster "Aashiqui", the coming film is also produced by his banner Vishesh Films.
"Tum hi ho", a romantic number, features Aditya Roy Kapoor and Shraddha Kapoor.
It may be Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Hrithik Roshan who are creating headlines for the sizzling chemistry that the stars share onscreen in their upcoming film Guzaarish, in reality a different pair of actors working in the film have discovered their chemistry in real life! We are talking about the lovely Monikangna Dutta and Aditya Roy who have found love on the sets of Guzaarish. Reports claim that the actors have become inseparable ever since they met each other on the sets of the Sanjay Leela Bhansali project.
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