Neetu Singh said that she did not plan a comeback, but the storyline made her take the plunge. “I am really looking forward to it, because I think it is a very sweet film and it was so sweet that it made me work in it. Otherwise, I was not planning for a come back in movies, neither had I made my mind for it. I was very happy with my family life. But the story was so sweet and so simple, that I just wanted to do it," she said.
Do Dooni Chaar is about a middle class teacher Duggal (Rishi Kapoor), who lives in a flat in the national capital and juggles with double-digit inflation and single digit increments in his salary.
Rishi Kapoor fended off questions, saying the day belonged to his wife. “See, today is her night, it's her evening so let's say hello to her. We've been doing it for so many years and Ranbir (son) is doing it now. So, let her speak, it's her right, so let it be her evening," said Rishi Kapoor.
Actor Ranbir Kapoor said that he hoped his parents" film would do well at the box office. “Well it's lovely, I feel so good that mom is coming back after 30 years. Both are acting together. We all know that they are brilliant actors and I am not nervous about this film. I've seen it and really liked it. I am super-confident that even people would appreciate it," said Ranbir Kapoor.
Produced by Planman Motion Pictures for 70 million rupees and distributed by Walt Disney India, Do Dooni Chaar is the directorial debut of Habib Faisal. The star cast includes Archit Krishna and Aditi Vasudev in pivotal roles.
Do Dooni Chaar releases today, October 8.