'Youngistan', a film for Indian youth: Jackky Bhagnani

New Delhi, Dec 3 : Young Bollywood actor Jackky Bhagnani says his upcoming film "Youngistan", a "common love story set in uncommon premise", is aimed at the country's youth.

"For me, as the name suggests, 'Youngistan' stands for the youth by the youth and of the youth of India. The film is a common love story in a very uncommon premise," Jackky said in a statement.

"Youngistan", a project by MSM Motion Pictures in association with Vashu Bhagnani's Pooja Entertainment and Films Ltd., is a love story set in the backdrop of Indian politics. It also stars Neha Sharma, Farooq Sheikh and Boman Irani.

The team was recently in Agra to shoot parts of the film.

Talking about the movie, director Syed Ahmad Afzal said: "The story revolves around a young and high profile couple caught up in a highly political environment. This couple, in some way, represents the progressive youth of this nation, which is willing to make its voice heard."

--IANS (Posted on 03-12-2013)

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