The children not only got a chance to meet their favourite stars but also interacted, sang and danced with them.
Hotel Tulip Inn had hosted a fun filled interactive session where the duo distributed gifts to the Mukti children.
Apart from their individual gifts each one received a T-shirt flaunting the Rangbaaz hero.
Commenting on the film, Dev said, "It's a complete masala film, a paisawasool film most apt for the Puja audience who usually opt for any hardcore entertainment movie during the festive days."
When asked about his take on art films he said that he would be playing "a completely serious role" in his upcoming film 'Buno Hash'.
Sharing experiences about her post marriage film, Koel said, "Life is very demanding as an actress. I got a lot of support from my in-laws who have been extremely understanding hailing from the film background themselves and I'm lucky enough to have been able to balance my family and my professional life like any other working women."
Commenting on the film she added, "I have been lucky enough to work in this project because it is perhaps the first commercial film that happened in such a big way with the best of the equipment and technology."
One among the Mukti children invited to the day's event said, "I will wear this on Saptami when Dev da's film releases."
The child is a student of Apeejay School and one among the four kids of Mukti who are studying in one of the mainstream schools in the city.
"We plan to host a special show of Rangbaaz for them (the rehab children) later this month," said Nispal Singh, Director, Surinder Films.
--IBNS (Posted on 09-10-2013)