"We've tried to make a mainstream, commercial film with a female protagonist, and which is a family entertainer...We've always noticed that a girl's character in a film is either a catalyst or just a dressing..." the 32-year-old said here Thursday at the music launch of the film at Radio Mirchi studio.
She agrees that there have been many woman-centric films recently, but all on serious subjects.
"We have seen very few Hindi films in today's time where a girl is the centre of action in a commercial, family entertainer," said Dia.
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