Bollywood actor Ranbir Kapoor is all set to share screen space for the first time with his parents Rishi Kapoor and Neetu Singh in Abhinav Kashyap's upcoming film "Besharam".
According to reports, there are no scenes in which all three of them appear together. Hence the makers of "Besharam" have decided to increase the screen time to meet audience expectations.
Sharing his experience of working with his wife and son, Rishi said, "Both Neetu and I enjoyed working with Ranbir thoroughly. I had fun working with my wife and son. But I still feel there should be more of Neetu and I in Besharam. My only grouse in this otherwise-enjoyable experience was the length of our roles and Ranbir knows it. So they're trying to expand our roles. Neetu and I play cops. Our characters are seen off and on," Press Trust of India reported (PTI).
The "Besharam" team felt there not much of a father-son moment in the film and hence decided to add more scenes involving both the stars.
"The director is trying to increase Neetu and my roles. Of course Ranbir and I have scenes together in Besharam, including the climax of the plot. But they're trying to create scenes where all three of us can be together," said Rishi.
Earlier, Ranbir had revealed that Rishi and Neetu won't be playing his on-screen parents in "Besharam". "It is going to be family time. They are not playing my parents, but they are playing very interesting characters," he said.
"Besharam" is a comedy film which also stars starring Ranbir Kapoor and Indian-Australian actress Pallavi Sharda. The film with the tagline 'Na sammaan ka moh, na apmaan ka bhay' is set to hit the theatres on 3 October. The is Abhinav Kashyap's second directorial venture after 2010 blockbuster "Dabangg".