"Ishkq In Paris" is a fresh and young romantic film, but minus any kissing scene, says actress Preity Zinta, who has turned producer with the movie.
"Kissing is missing in the film. Kissing is not necessary to show the romance in the film. Romance is in the heart. It's a rom-com and a family entertainer," Preity said here.
The actress spoke at the glitzy music launch of the movie. The event, held here Monday, was also attended by Salman Khan, who shot a special song titled "Kudiye di kurti" for the film.
"Salman has been the inspiration for the music and has helped me a lot," said Preity, thanking the actor for his constant support.
The music of "Ishkq In Paris", is composed by Sajid-Wajid.
Directed by Prem Raj, the film also features newcomer Rhehan Malliek and French actress Isabelle Adjani. It will release Nov 2.
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