Rakesh Roshan, the producer of the upcoming movie, "Kites" states
that his movie has been made for "the global audience of all age
groups". The movie is a love story, spanning romance beyond
boundaries. Bollywood's blue eyed, dancing divus Hrithik Roshan stars as a Salsa
teacher. His love interest is played by Barbara Mori, the new import
to Bollywood and our very own curly queen, Kangana Ranaut."Kites" was
screened in the recently concluded Cannes Film Festival and is slated
to release in on October 16th, this year.
The movie is said to be a modern love story, made for a global
audience, and has global appealing concept and look. Rakesh Roshan
highlights that the film shows "love" as "a universal language; it
crosses all boundaries and is not bound by any constraints". Since, the
sensuality and kissing scenes in the movie are creating a buzz for some
time now, FilmKraft owner says it's not meant to be for a "specific
audience" and is "as per the demand of the situations in the film".
So, if the movie is for all age groups, then, what happens to the children who go to see such a movie? Isn't Hrithik Roshan, most children's favorite actor? Specially the ones made by Papa Roshan. Who can forget Koi Mil Gaya and Krish?
We think kids would be eager to watch Krish-2, what say Roshan Saab??