Five years after 'My Name Is Khan', Sugandha Garg and Arjun Mathur to work together in 'Coffee Bloom'
Mumbai: Actors Sugandha Garg and Arjun Mathur, who previously starred in Karan Johar's film 'My Name Is Khan', are reuniting after five years in the romantic film 'Coffee Bloom'. Although the duo are not friends, Sugandha says they are "extremely comfortable" working with each other.
The two first met on the sets of "My Name Is Khan' and bonded after they went for skydiving together.
"While shooting for 'My Name is Khan', Arjun and I had gone skydiving together in California which was a fantastic experience. Since it was our first time and it is considered something of a rite of passage, the sport brought us even closer.
"We may not be friends but we are extremely comfortable with and close to each other," Sugandha said in a statement.
'Coffee Bloom', which will release March 6, tells the story of Dev Anand (played by Arjun), who is a self proclaimed wise man and has given up on life as a result of a love gone wrong.
A life changing event takes him on a journey to a coffee plantation. There he meets Anika (essayed by Sugandha), his long lost love, currently his boss. Thereafter, Dev finds a new reason to live.
The film also stars Mohan Kapoor and Ishwari Bose in pivotal roles.