Jimmy Shergill has been a part of quite a few good movies -- from his debut, Gulzar's Maachis, to several others like Aditya Chopra's Mohabbatein, Tigmanshu Dhulia's Haasil, Shoojit Sircar's Yahaan and Raju Hirani's Munnabhai movies.
This Friday, he will be a part of another film, Delhii Heights, whose music has already got rave reviews. It costars Neha Dhupia, Rohit Roy and Simone Singh.
Jimmy tells Patcy N more about the film.
What is Delhii Heights about?
It is about a building called Delhii Heights, where Neha and I stay. Other families like Om Puri's family, and Rohit and Simone also stay here. Rohit is a compulsive flirt, and his wife is always waiting for him at home.
Some college-going youngsters also stay in this building. The film is about what happens in the lives of all these people.
Neha and I play a couple who have been seeing each other for five years. They get married, but at some point post-marriage, they grow apart slightly.
Delhii Heights is a soothing film. It is for youngsters. At the end of the day, emotions are universal. It deals that most important thing in the world -- your relationship with your partner.
The Holi song Ey gori in Delhii Heights looks similar to Rang barse in Silsila.
No, not at all. It is a masti song. It's a song where all the families from the building get, and they have a lot of fun. Rohit flirts with Neha only in that song. But there is no triangle love story.
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