‘We Will See Rise Of Four New Stars’

IMAGE:
Pashmina
Roshan,
Naila
Grrewal,
Jibraan
Khan
and
Rohit
Saraf
at
the

Ishq
Vishk
Rebound

trailer
launch.

Photograph:
Satish
Bodas/Rediff.com

Amid
much
fanfare,
the
makers
and
star
cast
of

Ishq
Vishk
Rebound

unveiled
the
trailer
for
their
coming
teen
romance.

Starring
Rohit
Saraf,
Pashmina
Roshan,
Jibraan
Khan,
and
Naila
Grrewal
in
the
lead
roles,
the
film
is
a
modern-day
spin-off
to
the
2003
rom-com



Ishq
Vishk
,
which
featured
Shahid
Kapoor,
Amrita
Rao
and
Shenaz
Treasury.

IMAGE:
Jibraan
Khan,
Naila
Grrewal,
Director
Nipun
Dharmadhikari,
Producer
Ramesh
Taurani,
Rohit
Saraf
and
Pashmina
Roshan
at
the

Ishq
Vishk
Rebound

trailer
launch.

Photograph:
Satish
Bodas/Rediff.com

“First

Ishq
Vishk

gave
us
a
star
like
Shahid
Kapoor,
with

Ishq
Vishk
Rebound
,
wewill
see
rise
of
four
new
stars,”
promises
Director
Nipun
Dharmadhikari
who
makes
inroads
in
Bollywood
after
a
successful
stint
in
Marathi
cinema.

Accompanied
by
Producer
Ramesh
Taurani,
the
team
gathered
at
a
multiplex
in
Andheri,
north
west
Mumbai,
alongside
an
army
of
well
wishers
whose
constant
hoots,
applause
and
“We
Love
You”
chants
filled
the
auditorium.

IMAGE:
Jibraan
Khan
and
Rohit
Saraf
with
Pashmina
Roshan
and
Naila
Grrewal.

Photograph:
Satish
Bodas/Rediff.com

The
cast
put
their
fashionable
foot
forward
as
the
girls,
Pashmina
and
Naila,
opted
for
bright
pink
attire,
while
boys
went
for
a
trendy
casual
look.

Pashmina,
who
is
Composer
Rajesh
Roshan’s
daughter
and
Hrithik
Roshan’s
cousin,
marks
her
screen
debut
along
with
Jibraan,
who
played
Shah
Rukh
Khan
and
Kajol’s
son
in
Karan
Johar’s

Kabhi
Khushi
Kabhie
Gham

back
in
2001.

Rohit
and
Naila
gained
to
prominence
with
Netflix
shows

Mismatched

and

Maamla
Legal
Hai
,
respectively.

Ramesh
Taurani
revealed
that
all
four
leads
had
to
go
through
a
vigorous
audition
process
for
the
film
and
they
stood
out
from
a
number
of
short-listed
actors.
He
says
they
had
no
clue
about
Pashmina’s
background
and
learned
who
her
relatives
were
only
after
casting
her.

“She
came
for
the
audition
with
only
her
first
name
‘Pashmina’.
We
liked
her
audition
very
much
and
decided
to
cast
her.
It
was
only
after
we
signed
her
for
the
film
that
she
told
us
she
is
a
Roshan,”
Taurani
says.

IMAGE:
Pashmina
Roshan
at
the
trailer
launch.

Photograph:
Satish
Bodas/Rediff.com

When
I
ask
Pashmina
if
she
received
any
piece
of
advice
from
Hrithik
for
her
big
film
debut,
she
shares,
“He
just
told
me
to
work
very
hard
and
diligently
and
said
put
your
100
per
cent
in
everything.”

When
quizzed
if
she
passed
on
this
tip
to
her
co-stars,
she
says,
“They
don’t
need
advice
from
me,
they
are
really
amazing.”

Her
response
leaves
Rohit
sitting
beside
her
a
little
bemused.
Pashmina
is
quick
to
add,
“Everyone
put
in
their
lot
of
effort,
blood,
sweat
and
tears
in
this
project
and
I
hope
it
translates.”


Pashmina
on
Hrithik’s
advice
to
her:


Pashmina
on
how
she
would
deal
with
friendship
and
love

Taking
a
cue
from
a
dialogue
in
the
trailer
Dosti
ke
chakkar
mein,
ishq
vishk
ki
band
baj
gayi
,”
Rohit
is
asked
if
he
has
been
in
trouble
over
friendship
and
a
relationship,
to
which
he
promptly
says,
“I
don’t
walk
into
any
situation
where
there
would
be
trouble
for
me.”

“Yes
I
have
been
hurt
in
a
relationship,”
he
adds,
but
no,
never
in
a
friendship.”

Amused
by
Rohit’s
response,
Jibraan
shouts,
“Green
flag!”,
which
draws
cheers
from
the
young
women
present
at
the
event.

IMAGE:
Rohit
Saraf
signs
autographs
at
the
trailer
launch.

Photograph:
Satish
Bodas/Rediff.com


The
actors
answer
the
question
Dosti
ke
chakkar
mein,
ishq
vishk
ki
band
baj
gayi

When
a
curious
attendee
quizzes
the
makers
if
Shahid
Kapoor
will
make
a
special
appearance
in

Ishq
Vishk
Rebound
,
they
respond:
“You
will
get
to
know
that
on
June
21,
when
the
film
releases
in
cinemas.”

IMAGE:
Rohit
Saraf.

Photograph:
Satish
Bodas/Rediff.com


Rohit
on
being
compared
to
Shahid:

IMAGE:
Jibraan
Khan.

Photograph:
Satish
Bodas/Rediff.com


Old
school
love
versus
new
generation’s
fast
paced
love:
What
do
the
actors
prefer?

IMAGE:
Naila
Grrewal.

Photograph:
Satish
Bodas/Rediff.com


Do
they
relate
to
their
characters?
Naila
says
yes
and
explains
why: