"Absolutely untrue," Anees Bazmee tells me, "There's no question of Harman's exit from the project. I have tremendous faith in Harman's abilities. Much before his father [Harry Baweja] launched him in Love Story 2050, I had expressed a desire to make a film with Harman. He is handsome, dances exceptionally well, is proficient in acting. Most importantly, I have confidence that he would carry off the lead part in my film very well. So what if his debut film has failed? That's not the end of the world."
[an error occurred while processing this directive] With this film Anees goes back to a genre he started his [directorial] career with -- romance. "I've been itching to make a love story after making three back-to-back entertainers [No Entry, Welcome, Singh Is Kinng]. I am really enjoying the experience," he states.