Explaining the complexity of the story director Chattopadhyay said, “Bipasha is Jerry's fantasy who exists only in his mind. She is his alter–ego and loves to provoke him at a drop of her hat.'' Sudipto further explains, ''The character of Jerry is very complex. The film shows him as a famous child artiste who crossed dressed as a girl. Thus he is confused about his identity. There's a song, "Jiya na Jala", sung by Sunidhi Chauhan, where he fantasizes Bipasha seducing him, creating confusion in his mind about his real identity whether he is a man, woman or an eunuch. But Bipasha seduces him completely and is his sexual fantasy. Bipasha is his only solace from the ugly reality of life.''
[an error occurred while processing this directive] The director reveals that he and designers Rocky S and Gavin Miguel worked hard on Bipasha's look in the film. ''We wanted Bipasha to look like a Diva a la Sophia Loren and Liza Minelli in Cabaret. Also we had lengthy discussions over the scenes. And during the shoot Bipasha got so in with her character that as if she was visible only to Jerry and completely unaware of the actor's presence on the sets. Her whole attitude and behaviour while playing the character made the entire experience very interesting.''