Padukone said that the movie has clothes that people would love to wear. "Here, the look is completely different. It's something that I think every girl can easily pick up and wear, very wearable. A lot of times, what you see in the films are not wearable," said Padukone.
Khan said, "Style is very big thing and in India, we like to copy our heroes. After people saw Dabangg, everyone started wearing sunglasses on the back like Salman Khan. Even I did that, for a short while. But we hope that people start copying our style as well."
Directed by debutant Danish Aslam, the movie revolves around a boy called Abhay Gulati and a girl called Aaliya Khan, who are friends since childhood. Their friendship turns into love, but Aaliya soon realises her passion to become an actress and they part ways.
The movie has been shot in Delhi, Mumbai and Mauritius and is slated for release on November 26.
Mumbai, (ANI): Bollywood actors Deepika Padukone and Imran Khan launched an apparel line as part of a promotion for their upcoming movie Break Ke Baad in Mumbai. Padukone wore a floral dress with a pair of gladiator sandals, while Khan wore a blue and white checked casual shirt with trousers.