Tracing three parallel love stories, Pollywood film Young Malang, which is the maiden venture of the recently launched RSG Studios, is laced with dollops of mushy love, fairytale romance, comedy and action — topped with an interesting journey of the three lead pairs, as they walk us through the different stages of college love.
In Chandigarh to announce the launch of their film, the long, exhausting list of cast and crew — actors Anjana Sukhani, Yuvraj Hans, Neetu Singh, Anita Kailey, Leena Sidhu, Rhythm Arora and Aryaman Sapru; Punjabi singers Vinaypal Buttar and Balli Riar; director Rajdeep Singh and creative director Rahulinder Singh Sidhu — got talking about the film and their characters.
Director Rajdeep Singh kick starts the conversation by saying, “This film narrates three parallel love stories, which begins as six friends get together in college. As the film progresses, friendship turns into love, which is engulfed in difficulties. Watch out for interesting twists and turns, and an interesting climax. The film sends out a strong message to parents, and the society at large, and brings to light the issue of forced marriages in Punjab.”
To add, creative director Rahulinder Singh Sidhu says, “The shooting has begun, and the film will be shot in Chandigarh, Zirakpur, Kasauli, Himachal Pradesh and Italy. We have tried our hands at comedy, romance, real love stories, action and a substantial social message. The film also has special appearances, which will be disclosed later.”
Playing one of the lead roles in the film, actor Yuvraj Hans says, “I have been paired opposite Neetu Singh. Being a part of a multi-starrer is not a priority for me. I pick my roles depending on the character. In this film, I play a typical NRI youngster, who comes back with an accent; my role is very performance oriented.”
About his upcoming
projects, he says, “I have signed two more Punjabi films — the first one is by director Mukesh Gautam, and the second one, directed by Kshitij Chaudhary, goes on floors on May 1.”
About her character in her third Pollywood film, Neetu says, “I play a typical Punjabi mutyiar, who pretends to be stylish and is slightly over the top. This girl has always wanted to date an NRI, that’s how she gets into a relationship with an NRI, who comes to study in her college.”
Informing us about his role, Vinaypal says, “I am playing a fun loving, desi Punjabi boy, who is famous for his one-liners. I have been given a lot of interesting and hilarious dialogues in this film, which I will be remembered for long after the film.” Besides this, Vinaypal just wrapped up the shoot of a Punjabi film directed by Dheeraj Rattan.