Satish Kaushik's latest 'Teree Sang' on teenage pregnancy

Delhi CM Sheila Dikshit at the music launch of film Tere Sang alongwith film's director Satish Kaushik (2nd R) and actors Ruslaan Mumtaz and Sheena Shahabadi in New Delhi on Monday. PTI

After a year-long break Kaushik in his words is making an attempt to bring to light an issue that is rampant and is growing exponentially in the current Indian society.

"I read about the cases about teenage pregnancy on the Internet and realised it is an issue that needs to be raised. A lot of research has gone into the film. It is a regular romantic love story trying to address a distinct topic," said Kaushik on the occasion of the film's audio release in the capital.

Delhi's Chief Minister Sheila Dixit who released the film's music said, "The topic he (Kaushik) has raised is very bold and contemporary. It is a topic which is being talked by every youngster.

The questions raised in the film are very relevant and I hope it is taken well by the audience."
The film revolves around 15-year-old 'Maahi' played by debutante Sheena Shahabadi and 17-year-old boy 'Kabir' enacted by 'Mere Pehla Pehla Pyar' fame actor Ruslaan Mumtaz.

The newly-in-love couple commits a mistake resulting which Maahi gets pregnant and the story thickens as the two teenagers learn to take responsibility if their action.

The movie boasts of a power-packed star cast including Rajat Kapoor, Neena Gupta, Anupam Kher, Satish Kaushik and Sushmita Mukherjee.

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