Punit Malhotra: I believe in love and hope it will happen to me too, but there is also a cynic in me who thinks it's all nonsense

Six Years After His Last Performance 'Gori Tere Pyaar Mein', Filmmaker Punit Malhotra Is Completely Ready To Return To Action With The Second Episode Of The Successful Franchise, Student Of The Year. The Feel-good, Campus Love Story, Is Headlined Door Tiger Shroff , Ananya Panday And Tara Sutaria . And when it's about school , one cannot miss talking about innocent romance And a dose of mush.

When asked about his idea of love , Punit said , "I have not been in love in a while. We are a generation , where love has become Tinder. It’s more about compatibility than blind love. This is a fast-food generation , which seems to reflect in their attitude towards love , too. I believe in love And am hoping it will happen to me , too , but there is also a cynic in me who thinks that it’s all rubbish."

Talking about working with debutantes in the film , the filmmaker said , "There is an element of surprise with a newcomer. There could be a drastic difference between how you would expect them to be And how they turn out. It’s a fine balance that you get in between that. And it’s exciting because you have to get them to your pitch."

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