Vicky Kaushal : When two people are living peacefully, then what’s the issue?

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Vicky Kaushal, the actor known for his brilliant performance in the critically acclaimed film ‘Masaan’ hails from Mumbai. He began his acting career by playing small roles in films like ‘Luv Shuv Tey Chicken Khurana’ and ‘Bombay Velvet’. He is one of the rising star in Indian film industry. Whereas Angira Dhar loved the experience of modeling for the ad shoot and continued her jibe in the industry. She has appeared in a number of TV commercials since then, including Cadbury Silk, Domino’s and Everyuth.

Both are all set to come out with India’s first Original Netflix film this Valentine’s Day. Titled Love Per Square Foot, the film revolves around two individuals who want to buy a house in Mumbai to get some privacy with their partners. How they fall in love after renting a flat together posing as a fake couple and the complications that follows forms the rest of the story. So when we met the actors, we had to ask them about their take on modern day relationships, especially live-in relationships and here’s what they had to say!

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Vicky Kaushal revealed to us exclusively, “I’ve personally never experienced it, but what’s the problem with it? When two people are living peacefully, then what’s the issue? If you try to find nooks, then you will obviously find it. But if two people are happy staying with each other, they are happy!” Angira agreed with him and added, “I’ve never been in a live in relationship, but I wouldn’t even dodge it. I would love to experience it too. And as Anand (Tiwari, director) said we should have the freedom to choose the way we want to live or to be in a relationship or not to be in a relationship and our preferences. I am very liberal on that front.”

Director Anand Tiwari also made valid points in his explanation of the concept of relationships and the culture in India. Check out everything they had to say about live-in relationships in our exclusive video above! Also, what’s your take on live-in relationships? Share with us your thoughts in the comments section below. Love Per Square Foot goes live on Netflix on February 14. Stay tuned to circle of Bollywood for more updates!!

 

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