“Ishq Tera” to release this April has a lot more than Romance!
Big Banner Entertainment, a newly emerging production house is ready with its maiden film ‘Ishq Tera’ starring Hrishitaa Bhatt of Asoka fame and actor Mohit Madaan, which is slated to release on April 20 this year.
The film belongs to the drama genre and is based on real-life events of a woman with a broken mind and a man with a broken heart.
The cast of the film was recently witnessed in New Delhi for the promotions, which included leading pair. They revealed many details about the film while interacting with media in a press conference, talking about the movie and her experience Haishitaa stated, “Split personality is a serious issue, when you will watch the film you will understand it holds a very sensitive topic. It is inspired from an English film. There are very few Hindi films which portray the female character having a split personality and I think this film has been a challenge for me as an actor.”
Talking about her character she added, “My character’s name is Kalpana, who becomes Laila, what she has been through. People with the same issue will relate her for sure. This movie is more like a content-oriented drama which will probably entertain you.”
On the other hand, Mohit also revealed his experiences and said, “Hopefully you guys will like the movie. It’s a content-based film and in our industry such topic was not highlighted much. It’s good for us and I hope people will appreciate this film. I had a great experience while working for this film, our entire team had unity, the set of the film was really good and I was really supported by my co-actors as well, so overall it was a wonderful experience.”
Also starring Shahbaz Khan in a prominent role, the movie revolves around the plot of how men prey silently on a disturbed woman as her man fights to free her mind and win her heart on and on.
Featured under the banner of Big Banner Entertainment and Media LLP, Ishq Tera is directed by Jojo D’Souza, produced by Deepak Bandekar and music composed by Swapnil H. Digde.