BHAJATHE RAHO: Comedy with a twist of revenge
Why so serious when thinking of revenge? We agree that it is all about scheming, stalking and many evil minded soliloquies when revenge comes in play. But when you combine it with comedy you get a humorously sinister entertainer of a film. Eros International and Multi Screen Media (Sony Entertainment) is gearing up to tickle your bones with a garnish of vengeance in director Shashant Shah's next film, BHAJATHE RAHO.
The film stars actors Vinay Pathak, Ranvir Shorey, Tusshar Kapoor, Ravi Kishan, Dolly Ahluwalia and Kamlesh Gill. The film will release this year and the music of the film is given by Jaidev Kumar.
BHAJATHE RAHO went on floor recently in Delhi with the entire cast. "We have seen many genres of comedy being made in our country, and so it was time for something differently funny. The beauty about the story of this film is that it will keep you on the edge laughing. We have a superb cast who have time and again proved that they wear comedy not just on their sleeves, but in their hearts as well. And Shashant is a storyteller who has proved in the past his capability of narrating one in a brilliant manner. I am having fun producing this film and I am sure the audiences will have fun watching it too," says producer Krishika Lulla.
"I love the concept of revenge comedy because it manages to combine laughter with vigilante aspect in one package. I have a fabulous star cast and a perfect background like Delhi to shoot in," says Shashant.
And don't forget, this comedy is served with vengeance!
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