Ali Zafar seems to be satisfied with the hard work he has put into making his new Bollywood film, London, Paris, New York, and also in promoting it. The audiences have been giving positive reaction so far and the reviews are good too. If successful, this would be the third hit film that Ali has performed in India.
However, this is his first romantic comedy film, which makes it different for Ali and his fans. Ali discussed about his experience on working in a romantic film for the first time with the Indian media saying:
“Tere Bin Laden didn’t have any romance in it while Mere Brother Ki Dulhan wasn’t sweet and saccharine either. However London Paris New York is as romantic as it gets. I feel lucky and also thankful that someone out there found me worthy enough to be put into this spot. This is my first ever romantic solo thing and obviously I am quite excited about it. Travelling to all these beautiful cities in the world anyways makes your heart beat faster than ever. Trust me, I have romanced this much for the first time ever.”
Trying to do things the right way for his fans and for his own heart’s satisfaction, Ali was a little nervous working on a romantic script for the first time. Ali wanted the script to go down well as a film for the audience, since both cannot work without the other. Ali said:
“I work really hard before finalising a script. London Paris New York wasn’t an easy script either. We went through a lot of workshops and readings to get it right. There are quite a few conversations in the screenplay and each of them required the right feeling, time and attention.”
With the kind of reaction that the newly released film is getting, it sure seems that Ali’s dedication has been fruitful.