Be a responsible citizen. Come, pledge to always check and share verified and vetted news.
1-min read

Friday Release: 5 things to look out for in 'Bajatey Raho'


Updated: July 25, 2013, 3:01 PM IST
facebook Twitter google skype whatsapp
Friday Release: 5 things to look out for in 'Bajatey Raho'
With an impressive cast, and the actors' immaculate comic timing, 'Bajatey Raho' is expected to crack you up.

New Delhi: With his upcoming film 'Bajatey Raho', director Shashant A Shah helps the viewers take a journey into the world of mirth. Pegged as India's first revenge comedy, 'Bajatey Raho' deals with a robbery pulled off by a bunch of local criminals - Dolly Ahluwalia, Tusshar Kapoor, Ravi Kishan, Vinay Pathak and Ranvir Shorey. With such an impressive cast, and their much-expected immaculate comic timing, the film is expected to crack you up. We bring to you the aspects which make this film a must-watch.

Dolly Ahluwalia: She made the biggest splash in the comedy domain with her quirky role in 'Vicky Donor'. The national award winning actress, who plays Mrs. Baweja in the film, is a pivotal character. Her revenge is significant for the plot. Since she plays the lead, the movie's script had to be modified. Whether it is edgy or humorous style, not many can pull them off as perfectly as Dolly.

Vinay Pathak:
He might best be popular for making people love his company, courtesy his comic timing. But the actor is set to shock the viewers by making a solemn appearance in the film. Will 'Bajatey Raho' help Vinay wow fans with his experimental streak?

Ranvir Shorey: His satire on political and social situations in his films needs no introduction. Ranvir, with several powerful roles to his credit, has proved comedy can be even more potent and intimidating than drama. In 'Bajatey Raho' too, Ranvir Shorey plays a Dilliwala. Ranvir, who owns a parking lot in the film, is quick at helping people with alternative ways to fix their long-standing problems.

Shashant A Shah: So what if 'Bajatey Raho' is a small budget film? Even though the film doesn't promise picturesque foreign locations or Bollywood A-listers, one can expect it to find several takers. In 'Bajatey Raho', the viewers will be offered several memorable moments, thanks to the quirky dialogues and character development. Filmmaker Shashant, who has 'Dasvidaniya' and 'Chalo Dilli' to his credit, won't disappoint his fans with this Punjabi-flavoured film.

Ravi Kishan: This Bhojpuri star brought the house down with his humorous observations and ideas in the reality show 'Bigg Boss'. Unlike other actors, Ravi Kishan believes in developing a persona for himself in all his projects rather than aping popular styles of established actors. In 'Bajatey Raho', he essays the role of a Punjabi entrepreneur.

First Published: July 25, 2013, 3:01 PM IST
Read full article
Next Story
facebook Twitter google skype whatsapp