When Nushrat Bharucha consented to work in a film that proclaimed that 'love would breathe its last' after it, never did she imagine in her wildest dreams that she would have second thoughts around it. However this is what happened to Nushrat when she turned over just a couple of pages in the script of PYAAR KA PUNCHNAMA, only to find out they were cuss ridden.
"It's not that she hadn't heard the cuss words before but she was definitely not comfortable with the idea of such street language being a part of her film. Even though the guys were required to mouth these dialogues, Nushrat was still totally put off," says a friend of the actress who would be seen in PYAAR KA PUNCHNAMA.
It was only after Nushrat reported for the shoot and the days progressed when she realised that language wasn't really a worrying factor in the film and her role too was shaping up well.
"Thank goodness I didn't have to mouth any foul language," she says animatedly, "I had other things to worry about though. For example, my character has certain shades which aren't quite optimal. I did discuss these with Luv but then again he was very convinced. Of course I got answers to all my questions later and today I can justify my character's act as well. However those days of readings, rehearsing, workshops and shooting were indeed difficult days."
On contacted, Luv makes light of the situation, "There is no point making hue and cry about the language. Eventually all was well. All my six leads are happy with how PYAAR KA PUNCHNAMA has turned out to be."