It is not a typ­i­cal ro­man­tic com­edy: Ra­jkum­mar

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He has of­ten fea­tured in movies tack­ling sen­si­tive sub­jects, but ac­tor Ra­jkum­mar Rao’s (left) new Be­hen Hogi Teri is a break for the ac­tor, as it is not a “typ­i­cal” ro­man­tic­com­edy.

For the ac­tor, who made his de­but in 2010 with Dibakar Ban­er­jee’s Love Sex Aur Dhokha, the film will be his first solo lead ro­man­tic­com­edy. “This is prob­a­bly my first solo lead rom-com. But, just be­cause it be­longs to that genre, doesn’t mean the ef­forts are not there. It is not that I am do­ing any­thing less. There are prepa­ra­tions, train­ing, I’m equally in­volved emo­tion­ally as I am for any other film,” Ra­jkum­mar says.

Di­rected by Ajay K Pan­nalal and backed by Amul Mo­han, the film also fea­tures ac­tor Shruti Haasan. “It is a very re­lat­able, hu­man film with lot of in­ter­est­ing mo­ments,” he adds.

The 32-year-old ac­tor is cur­rently shoot­ing in Luc­know and in­sists the back­drop of the city will add a lot of lay­ers to the over­all project. The film is sched­uled to re­lease next year.

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