“True, but that pushes me to prove myself and win your heart,” Bonny cut in, adding that the film also features Yash in a cameo.
The banter continued while they enjoyed going about town. Here are the moments we captured…
Bonny: It has been four years since Rittika and I paired up for Borbaad and the
audience seemed to have really liked us as a screen couple. So, I’m sure they will love to see us back together
Rittika: Bonny is a very good friend and boosted our on-screen chemistry. I must say Rajibda has used our camaraderie well in this film
Bonn y: I love bhanrer cha as it has a taste and smell that’s unmatched. Whenever I go for macha shows, bhanrer cha from roadside stalls is a must
Rittika: I don’t drink tea much, but if I do it has to be bhanrer cha with projapoti biscuits.
Bonny: This footbridge in Lake Town looks amazing with the replica of the Big Ben in the backdrop. A perfect place for selfies!
Bonny: I used to travel to school and college by bus and would often go without a ticket. My friends and I used to have so much fun during such trips!
Rittika: A bus plays an important role in our film, as Esha and Raja first meet on a bus