As a part of the fun, 15 five-year-old children were dressed up in Raavi's character. The challenge for Vivek was to distinguish the girls from the boys and identify the correct Raavi.
"It was so much fun meeting Vivek uncle and interacting with him. I enjoyed the afternoon with him and loved that he agreed to wear the turban too," Rimmi said in a statement.
Raavi is a witty, quirky story of a girl who grows up disguised as a boy in a Punjabi household.
--IANS (Posted on 17-10-2013)