In an interview with Bollywoodlife.com, Kangana revealed that she thinks the title of the film Katti Batti is too childish. She goes on to say that the film starts with a love story but the later part is very grey and dark she also informed that she wanted the film to have a darker title because according to her the title does not exactly convey the truth. the Katti Batti actress also asserted that the title is just supporting the marketing strategy of the film, which is of portraying the film as a bubbly love story. she further elaborated on her opinion saying that she also wanted a promo to be cut in which the darker part of the film would be shown, however the makers decided to go with this one and that she had to budge.
Imran Khan, who is gearing up for the release of his next, Katti Batti, has revealed that he initially did not like the script of the film, reports IANS.
“I troubled Nikhil a lot. When I first read the script, I did not get a hold of it. I called Nikhil straightaway and said I did not like it,” Imran said.
Talking about how Nikhil convinced him for the role when he did not like the script, Imran said, “Nikhil wanted me to let him narrate the story once more. As I was in a mood of not doing the movie, so I thought what difference would it make if he narrates. So I kept delaying it for one or two months. After so many ifs and buts and delaying, when Nikhil came to narrate the story, within 20 minutes I wondered if this is the same story I read before.”