"For me as the name suggests 'Youngistan' stands for the youth of the country. The film is a common love story in a very uncommon premise," Jackky said. Sharma feels the film is an unusual yet entertaining take
on politics in our country.

"'Youngistan' is entertaining, watchable and has the right doses of drama and emotion. It is a film made by a bright young crew that has an interesting perspective on politics. There is a beautiful relatable love story too," she
added.

Jackky's producer father Vashu Bhagnani thinks the film has the potential to become a commercial success.

"I think the film could be inspiring for the youth of this nation. MSM Motion Pictures and Pooja Films together will leave no stone unturned taking 'Youngistan' the film and the inherent message across India," he added. The film is scheduled for a release on May 1, 2014.

(Agencies)

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