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`Katti Batti' is reality for actor Imran Khan
Bollywood actor Imran Khan, whose upcoming film 'Katti Batti' opposite Kangana Ranaut will hit the theaters on September 18, has revealed that bringing up emotions and putting into this film wasn't very difficult for him. The actor has just finished shooting for the song, 'Sau Aansu.' from the movie.

Clarifying, why it wasn't very tricky and how easily he got connected with the script of the film, the actor revealed candidly, that he had been living-in with Avantika (now his wife), since he was 20, and went through all the fights, making ups and even break-ups, as his character goes through in the film, in real life as well.

The film directed by Nikhil Advani, is about a couple in a live-in relationship. The song, 'Sau Aansu' comes towards the climax, after Maddy (played by Imran Khan) breaks up with his live-in partner, Payal (played by Kangana Ranaut).

In the film, his heart gets broken, but still he's not willing to let go. "Dil ka musafir baat na mane, mud mud dekhe raste purane, zidd chodta hi nahin," is an extract from the original song that portrays the character's emotions quite clearly .

The actor just got back from a refreshing holiday in Europe with wife and daughter Imara. His bold statement that Avantika was his live-in parter, before they eventually got married has generated many headlines. This talented nephew of Aamir Khan, is making a comeback with this movie after a gap of two years.

Making it clear that he isn't nervous, he says, "the only time I was anxious was before the release of my first film, Jaane Tu... Ya Jaane Na."

Reportedly, Imran says that in our country, the concept (live-in relationship) might still be a taboo, but he encourages it. "As we move towards a global culture, I think it is going to become more acceptable. My family and Avantika's were fine with it. In 2004, when I was 20, I started living-in with Avantika, who was 21 then. It helped us understand the relationship better, so I support it whole-heatedly," he asserts as reported in Masala, an entertainment website.

While September 18, still far way, enjoy the movie's trailer in the meantime.

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