Pyaar Ka Punchnama 2 not a sexist film: Kartik
Actor Kartik Aaryan says his upcoming buddy-comedy Pyaar Ka Punchnama 2 does not aim to bring down the fairer sex and is just a funny take on relationships.
A sequel to the 2011 surprise hit Pyaar Ka Punchnama, which saw Kartik in his Bollywood debut, the movie revolves around three friends, whose lives are turned upside-down after the entry of three girls.
“The movie does not aim to be sexist or chauvinist or anti-women. It is a funny take on relationships. We have just tried to show various things that happen in a relationship... Everything is in a light vein and it should be taken like that,” Kartik told a media pe<g data-gr-id="26">rson.</g> While the actor played submissive Rajat in the first movie, he will be seen in a more “dominating and opinionated” character, Gogo in the sequel. “My character in this movie is very different from the first one as this time I am not exactly a submissive guy in the relationship or friendships. Rajat was a guy, who had no say in anything and easily got dominated.
“But Gogo has strong opinions, for him everything is white and black, there is no grey.”
The movie is best known for its seven-minute-long hilarious monologue in which Kartik’s character vented out the frustration of every guy in a relationship.
Kartik said, “I am confident about Pyar Ka Punchnama 2. I am sure how the first connected with the youth, this will also be liked by them for its fresh content and great writing.