Khosla is eager to see the audience's reaction to the promo.
"The first trailer of my film 'Yaariyan' is attached with 'Krrish 3'. This is my first film as a director and I am eagerly waiting to see the audience's response. We have shot the film in Mumbai, Kerala and Australia and it has been made on a tight budget," Khosla told IANS.
"It is a very youthful and commercial film," said Khosla, who is married to producer Bhushan Kumar.
The film stars Himansh Kohli and Rakul Preet Singh.
London inspires Esha Gupta to take to photography
Bollywood actress Esha Gupta, who left for London recently for her film "Humshakal, went out to explore the city and couldn't help but use her photography skills to capture some great shots in the city.
"London is architecturally a beautiful city. It actually inspired me to take up photography more seriously. I really enjoyed myself," Esha said in a statement.
Small screen formats don't excite me: John Abraham
Actor John Abraham has been chosen as the face of National Geographic Channel but the actor said that he is not interested in being a part of any television show.
"I would not want to be a part of the small screen today. Look at the formatting on the small screen... it doesn't excite me at all," John told IANS.
However, the actor is in complete support of Bollywood actor Anil Kapoor's endeavour to bring about a change on TV through his desi adaptation of American thriller series "24".
"The small screen is growing and I must compliment Anil Kapoor on changing the quality of programming on the small screen. I must say he is trying to make a difference. The quality of programming should change with '24'," he said.
"24" will go on air on Colors Oct 4.