K Jo: Hi Girbban! Welcome to this edition of Koffee with Karan.
G: Thanks, Karan! It’s unbelievable that I am with you.
K Jo: Why?
G: Why? Yeah... Ek main aur Ekk Tu!!!
K Jo: Yes, that’s my new film.
G: No... I was saying that we are so different... you and me.
K Jo: Absolutely, Rahul and Riana are poles apart. Didn’t you notice?
G: Yeah, I was a witness to their antics with 7 other couples.
K Jo: You shouldn’t be watching pirated CDs at private screenings... it’s illegal.
G: No, Karan! It was at a 278 seater multiplex in Indore.
K Jo: Oooohhho!
G: Na don’t feel bad... the movie wasn’t bad.
K Jo: Yeah, we shot in Vegas. How many Indian movies have been shot there?
G: True, David Mac Donald’s cinematography is truly the highlight of the movie... be it Vegas or Mumbai... amazingly shot.
K Jo: Isn’t the story unique? Take the coffee please.
G: Yeah... coffee... with you it’s better to have coffee rather than shots. You never know, we can get married after we are drunk and then we need to look for options to get the marriage annulled... and then you may fall in love actually... dostana you know... little dosti and little love.
K Jo: Absolutely! So you liked the story?
G: It is novel... the story and screenplay... very novel. In fact... the climax was anti-climactically brilliant.
K Jo: Anti-climactically brilliant? Is that good or bad?
G: Good. Bad... actually bit of both! As confusing as you are now! ?
K Jo: Didn’t get you... What about Riana Braganza and Rahul Kapoor? It’s a new-age romance.
G: What’s new-age romance, Karan? Romance is romance anyways... where 2 hearts beat as one. Love is love.
K Jo: New-age romance is a bit of love, bit of friendship... you know.
G: Yeah, righto! You are friends and then you start flirting and then you are afraid to commit. You get confused whether it is love or friendship... and then everyone around you is so confused.
K Jo: Ha ha! Good sense of humour.
G: And you mix it with old-age father and an ultra-modern mom... more confusion.
K Jo: Ha ha! We need to have few clichés for the masses you know.
G: But I loved the Braganza family... very lovable. By the way, who wrote the dialogues?
K Jo: Story, screenplay and dialogues are by Ayesha and Shakun.
G: The dialogues are brilliant... smooth, easy on ears... unlike your other movies.
K Jo: Unlike other movies? What do you mean?
G: Less of drama... rather, less of melodrama! Shakun’s done a good job as a director.
K Jo: Yeah, less of melodrama... it’s a new-age movie after all. Isn’t Imran good in the movie?
G: Yeah... his character required him to have a wooden expression. He’s very good.
K Jo: Absolutely! What about Kareena?
G: She’s brilliant. The best part about EMEAT.
K Jo: Thanks! We have come to final part of our show.
G: Rapid fire?
K Jo: Yes! Ready?
K Jo: Vegas or Mumbai?
K Jo: Kapoors or Braganzas?
K Jo: Drama or Music?
G: Wish there was more of drama. Music is ok.
K Jo: Kareena or Imran?
K Jo: Once or more than once?
G: Ek main OR ekk tu!!!
K Jo: Yeah! Ek main aur ekk tu... will you watch it again?
G: Uhhh... I want to ask you few questions.
K Jo: We are running short of time... but that you have been a nice guest, you can. Please go ahead.
G: Why did you release it during Valentine’s Day?
K Jo: It’s a new-age love-story... perfect time to release it. Isn’t it?
G: Releasing it during Friendship Day would have been better. And why did you leave the ending open? It disappointed the lovers on their special occasion.
K Jo: Collection of 32 crores in week 1! You know we may have a sequel to EMAET... will close what’s open.
G: You mean Ek Main aur Ekk 2?
K Jo: Yeah. How’s the idea? Valentine’s Day 2014!
G: Will you? Ummm... errr, Karan... Ek Main aur Ekk Tu!!!