"It is a kind of character which every man, every boy in our country is going to relate to. In general, there is a certain characteristic in all of them, they generally don't grow up that fast and because of that somebody is very self-centred, somebody is very selfish," the 24-year-old said here in an interview.
"So, all these things, I think are very relatable. It's about Ishaan (John's character) but at the same time there is so much about women in the film. I think when you will watch the film, you will start valuing us a little more," she added.
Directed by Kapil Sharma, "I, Me aur Main" also features Chitrangada Singh and hits theatres March 1.