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Live Q&A: Is Befikre too ‘unapologetic’ to suit the Indian family audiences?

Befikre is about two carefree youngsters, Dharam Gulati (Ranveer Singh) and Shyra Gill (Vaani Kapoor), in Paris. They want to fall in love but something is holding them back.

bollywood Updated: Dec 10, 2016 17:45 IST
Befikre marks Aditya Chopra’s return to direction after eight years.
Befikre marks Aditya Chopra’s return to direction after eight years.

The latest Yash Raj Productions’ film Befikre is running in the theatres now. It’s about two carefree youngsters, Dharam Gulati (Ranveer Singh) and Shyra Gill (Vaani Kapoor), in Paris. They want to fall in love but something is holding them back.

Touted as one of the boldest Bollywood films in recent times, Befikre has also been in the news for its bold depiction of modern love, and especially its many kissing scenes. This has left many wondering if watching it with families can be uncomfortable for Indian audiences.

So we decided to hold a Q&A session where you can share all your concerns with us and voice your concerns, if you have any. Click on the video link below to ask us anything about Befikre.