When people talk about Bigg Boss 12, there is an inevitable mention of Bhajan Samrat Anup Jalota and his pupil, Jasleen Matharu. The two were projected as a couple inside the house sending shockwaves all across the nation. Twitter exploded with funny memes and everyone had a gala time discussing their relationship. Post their exit, they confirmed that they weren’t a couple after all and it was kind of the channel’s decision. While #JasLota might not be a reality, the fact is that there is immense curiosity about them till date. This has prompted Jasleen’s dad filmmaker Kesar Matharu to make a film on them.

Bigg Boss 12: Kesar Matharu is very happy that Anup Jalota-Jasleen Matharu broke up on the show, Read Full Statement

When BollywoodLife got in touch with Kesar, he said, “Yes, the mahurat of the film is happening today. We plan to wrap it up in three months but Jasleen and Anup Ji are quite busy with their shows, so it might take time. We will definitely address what happened inside the Bigg Boss 12 house. The film will clear the air about their relationship. Till date, Anup Ji is teased about Jasleen and so is she. When she performs, people get up and say stuff like even my name is Anup and so on. It will be an entertaining film as people need to sit in a theatre for two hours.”

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Anup Jalota told a daily, “Last year, Diwali ke pehle ek dhamaaka kiya tha ‘Bigg Boss’ mein participate karke. Aur ye film iss Diwali ke pehle ka dhamaaka hai. It will clear a lot of misconceptions in the minds of people about my equation with Jasleen. In the film, she comes to learn music from me and I will be seen asking her to dress up more appropriately, as I am from a traditional music background. In real life too, I keep telling her and my other students the same thing. I have no issues with anyone wearing clothes of their choice, but certain situations demand a certain kind of dressing. I, too, wear shorts in real life, but I don’t wear them to my class when I am teaching students. We have to respect the platform.”

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