What exactly went through your mind when you heard the title Dil Kabbadi?
Rahul Khanna: I'm not particularly overwhelmed by it. I think people are expecting it to be a raunchy sex-comedy but it's really just a light-hearted look at marriage and relationships in Mumbai.
Payal: When I signed the film it was titled Urban Tadka. Later on, it was changed to Bubblegum and finally it was titled Dil Kabaddi. So I did not really have an opinion as such. I was more interested in the story and the characters.
Rahul Bose: I remember when I was doing Jhankaar Beats. Initially the title made no sense to me. It's not something that I think too much about. But ironically some of my successful films have titles like Jhankaar Beats, Pyaar Ke Side /Effects and others. On second thoughts, I think titles are okay for the first couple of minutes but after that, the audience wants to see what the film is all about.
How would you best describe what the film is all about?
Rahul Khanna: The film is inspired by Woody Allen's Husbands & Wives and I thought it was adapted well into the Mumbai milieu. I liked the easy, contemporary feel of it. It's