This is the first time both Kareena and Arjun (who play Kia and Kabir) appear on a movie poster, in a kissing act.
Talking about it, Arjun says, "This picture was everyone's favourite. It has the vibe and energy of the film. There is nothing forced about it. The photograph reflects the intimacy and warmth shared by a married couple. I am sure couples meet and greet each other lovingly."
Kareena adds, "I guess it is my first kissing poster but I don't think it is a big deal. We play a cool, unconventional couple in the film; if we don't kiss, who will?" She also teases Arjun and says, "I think he has kissed all his actresses in his movies. 'Jab dekho chance maarta hai'. He has that vibe." Arjun laughs and adds, "'Waise bhi reputation kharaab hai? After what you just said, 'meri shaadi nahin hone waali hai aur girlfriend bhi nahin milegi'." If their chemistry is so infectious off-screen, well, we can only imagine the fireworks we will see on celluloid.
Arjun has also added another feather in his chef's hat. Yes, for the first time in his life, he's lit the kitchen fires. Talking about his newly-acquired culinary skill, he tells us, "I had to learn some basic cooking, not too much. I can make pasta and scrambled eggs. I can also make some fancy frittata. And believe it or not, before I did this film, I didn't even know how to make chai, I learnt that too. I also know how to chop some vegetables.
Well, for a good chunk of the film I am in the kitchen, so I didn't want to be paranoid being in that space. I wanted to feel and look comfortable while I made breakfast for my wife every morning." He adds, "This is unlike any space that I have been in. I can genuinely say that this movie is hatke. I know it's a cliche, and in Bollywood it's often said... 'kuch alag kiya hai' but it turns out to be the same. This time, the only way I can describe 'Ki & Ka' is that it is unique. I am sure you haven't ever seen a character of a stay-at-home husband by choice. He is not a loser or a laid-back guy, he just wants to be the homemaker. This film makes marriage feel and look cool."