"Be it work or family, Emraan knows how to maintain a fair balance between the two. He is a responsible person and a father. I love the way he cares for his son and being a responsible father, he is also a responsible citizen too. He is associated with several NGOs and supports social causes in personal life," said Rajesh in a statement.
"My character confronts Emraan in the courtroom. It is an important role for me as being an aware citizen, I wanted to do something for society for a long time and with 'Cheat India', I hope I will be able to spread a positive message in the society," he added.
Directed by Soumik Sen, "Cheat India" - based on India's education system is scheduled to release on January 18. It was earlier supposed to release on January 25.