Actor Arjun Kapoor, who believes that cinema reflects what happens in the society, says his new movie Ki And Ka is not aimed at delivering a message but it could start a discussion on the concept of house husbands.

“When we started with this film, we did not think of this as a documentary or we want to get a revolution… Cinema is not enough to bring that. Cinema shows what happens in a society. If there are little discussions that start happening on house husbands, then we will believe that something is happening,” Arjun told reporters, while promoting the film on Monday.

'Ki & Ka' not meant to deliver message: Arjun Kapoor
Arjun Kapoor says Ki And Ka is not meant to deliver a message


The Ishaqzaade actor, who will be seen playing a house husband named Kabir to actress Kareena Kapoor Khan’s character in the film, says they will consider it a success if the movie helps people to talk about lending a helping hand in the house.

“Men, who share a helping hand at home feel embarrassed (to talk about it)… At least with this film, a discussion would start. But we have not made it for delivering a message, this is totally an entertainment based film,” he added.

The 30-year-old actor says the film, which is directed by R. Balki, will “have a positive influence”.

The film is slated to release on 1st April.



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