Among the two upcoming movies about to release in 2019, ‘Ishqaa’ happens to be going to release on January 4. The promotions for the movie are on with considerable enthusiasm and the movie is set to highlight Aman Singh Deep as a newcomer. He has been the winner of the reality show Mr. Punjab 2015, which makes it all the more exciting to watch him as an actor.
Regarding his relationship with producer, director and co- actor Bajwa, Aman spoke in an interview with Punjabi Mania wherein he tells about them to be like family. “During the show, we shared a very formal relationship. All of us [contestants]greeted him whenever we met. But, we’ve become like family now.” said Aman Singh Deep.
He added, “I’ve learnt a lot from him [Nav Bajwa]. He has taught me some basic things of being an actor like how to behave and what to say in front of the camera. I’ve improved in several key areas. When you’ll watch the movie, you’ll come to know about it. He is like a mentor to me. It was fun working with him.”
Expounding upon the meaning of the movie’s title ‘Ishqaa’, Aman said, “See, there is limit and limitless. The difference between Ishq and Ishqaa is equal to the difference between limit and limitless.” The story is a symbol of profound love for the audience.
The trailer of the movie presents it as a deluding tale of love. The coming Friday brings for the audience an interesting watch. On being asked his opinion about doing such a rare movie genre, Aman claimed to have pondered a lot before signing for this movie.
“[On not starting with a romantic thriller] I had definitely given it a thought. My parents were with me when I had heard the script for the first time. I was receiving suggestions like since comedy movies mostly work on the box- office in Punjab, you should do a comedy movie.
“However, I am personally of the opinion that an actor should work like an actor. If the actor will always follow the trend, then who will act? I thought that if I get the acceptance from the viewers, well and good, if not then I will surely learn something from the whole experience,” he said.