Mumbai, July 8 (IANS) Former model and VJ Keith Sequeira, who will soon be seen in "Sixteen", a film based on teenagers, says even though it contains some profainities, it can be enjoyed by parents and children together.
"There is no such thing in the film that kids can't watch with their parents. As for parents, I would like to say that you will feel comfortable watching the film. Yes, the language is bad at some places, but we have only told the truth," Keith said here in an interview.
"If you won't accept it, then you would be lying to yourself. Kids do use different language at home and outside. We have also done it, but then we realised and changed," he added.
Directed by Raj Purohit, "Sixteen" also stars Izabelle Leite, Wamiqa Gabbi, Mahak, Highphill. Hitting theatres July 12, it talks about teenagers who lose their way and fall into wrong habits.
Keith also advises parents to give time to children for proper upbringing.
"Parents today think that they can compensate for the missed time with with mobile, I-pad or cars. But this is not the right thing because if you don't find time for your kids, they will not find the right direction," Keith said.