Emraan emphasizes on the fact that technically, TUM MILE has been the most difficult film he has been a part of.
''Yes, TUM MILE has been a very tiring experience, both physically and mentally. It was a difficult film to be made and hats off to Kunal (Deshmukh) for making it happen'', says Emraan in appreciation, ''The entire team has done it's best to recreate the flood situation from the past. During shooting, everyone from cast and crew used to stand in waist deep water for hours at stretch to give that perfect shot. When I saw the film, I was like 'Wow man, how did we actually accomplish it all?!' Credit must also go to the special effects guys who have done a brilliant job for the entire recreation.''
He adds on a lighter vein that this time around, doing romantic sequences was much easier for him.
''The toughest part was to shoot for the flood sequences'', he laughs, ''That's because all the romantic sequences were shot in very good speed. It was all quite breezy and the character that I play is my most romantic ever. My chemistry with Soha (Ali Khan) shows in the film.''
Yet again he acknowledges Kunal Deshmukh for the good work he has managed to do when it came to lovey-dovey scenes.
''It's a very new format and idiom in terms of presentation of love'', says Emraan, ''Kunal has brought the best out of this presentation and in a way has placed the camera in the couple's house itself for the romantic sequences. I was enjoying it all before the villain of the piece i.e. floods took over.''
With music by Pritam and lyrics by Sayeed Quadri and Kumaar, TUM MILE has seen a two month promotional campaign for itself en route to its 13th November solo release.