Mithun’s scion used to comparison with father

NEW DELHI: Mahaakshay Chakraborty, son of dancing star Mithun Chakraborty, says he is getting used to people wanting to compare him with his father. “People have tendency to compare things but now I am use to it. I am really okay with this. This doesn't bother me. I don't mind the opinions. It's part of my life.”


Popularly called Mimoh as he worked in the film Haunted, Mahaakshay is playing his first major role as a hero in the film Ishqedarriyaan directed by V K Prakash. He will be playing the role of Aagam Diwan, a millionaire who loves his profession more than anything else.


He stars with Evelyn Sharma, who addressed the media along with singer Bilal Saeed and Asees Kaur and producer Rajesh Banga.


The film is a story about love, sacrifice, family values and relationships. Mohit Dutta will be debuting with this movie. Jeet Ganguly, Jaidev Kumar and Bilal Saeed have given the music of the film.


The model turned actress Evelyn Sharma has worked in many films like Issaq, Nautanki Saala, and Yaariyaan, but her bubbly yet sexy role in Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani as Laara grabbed attention. With this film she will be playing a lead role as Luvleen, a teacher by profession, who wants to collect donations.


Talking about the film, she said, “More than me my mother is excited for the film. She always wanted to see me in an Indian avatar and with this movie her dream of watching me like this is going to come true.”


Bilal Saeed too gave a treat to the audience by singing songs from the film, He said, “In Pakistan people are crazy for Indian singers and we always complain that we never get to play our own songs.”


The film is releasing globally on 15 May.

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