Shahid Kapoor and Priyanka Chopra are back together in Kunal Kohli's next Teri Meri Kahaani.
Priyanka Chopra in a traditional avatar in Teri Meri Kahaani.
Shahid-Priyanka look great together.
Priyanka Chopra in a still from the film.
Shahid Kapoor and Priyanka Chopra will be seen in three different avatars over three time spans.
Priyanka and Shahid look picture-perfect in the movie still.
Shahid Kapoor will be seen as Javed, Govind and Krish.
Priyanka Chopra will be seen as Rukhsar, Aradhna and Radha.
Locked in a romantic embrace, the two look fresh together.
Their chemistry seems worth watching out for.
Director Kunal Kohli says it was three times more difficult to write his upcoming Priyanka Chopra-Shahid Kapoor starrer love story, which is played out in 1910, 1960 and 2012.
"It was three times more difficult to write Teri Meri Kahaani. I wanted to connect these three stories and keep some of it in the past and still make it youthful and modern. I wanted it to appeal to everyone. So I have created humour and situations which would be liked by everyone," the Hum Tum director said.
Kohli says he chose the era of 1910 because he wanted to show a different take on the freedom struggle. Priyanka plays
a Punjabi belle in the segment while Shahid is a complete casanova.
"Everyone takes a very serious approach to that part of the history. It is unromantic and non-colourful. My attitude
to the freedom movement was different. Shahid plays a complete casanova. I thought it would be interesting to show a
character like this in the middle of freedom movement."
While recreating pre-independence India was tough, Kohli had more fun working on the disco era of the 1960s Bollywood.
It is full of references to his favourites – Raj Kapoor, Dev Anand, Dilip Kumar and Shammi Kapoor, the actors who ruled
Bollywood at that time.
"It was tough but great fun. I was remaking an era where I was bound to get influenced by people like Raj Kapoor, Shammiji, Dilip Kumarji and Dev Anand. You will see a little bit of all these stars. We created make-up, studios and trams of that era," said Kohli.