[caption id="attachment_921827"] Sanjai Mishra, Jaaved Jaafery, Dalip Tahil and Mukul Dev have pivotal roles in the film. [/caption]
Gulshan Grover plays double role in the film.
Will 'Baat Ban Gayi' be able to prove it mettle at the box office?
On the other hand, Shuja Ali's comedy film 'Baat Ban Gayi' will also be released.
[caption id="attachment_921831"] Directed by Faraz Haider, the film deals with India-Pakistan ties in a humorous way. [/caption]
[caption id="attachment_921832"] 'War Chhod Na Yaar' features Soha Ali Khan as a war correspondent. [/caption]
This Friday, for the first time Indian audiences will witness war comedy on the silver screen- 'War Chhod Na Yaar'.
[caption id="attachment_921834"] Sharman Joshi essays the role of an Army Captain in 'War Chhod Na Yaar'. [/caption]
Javed Jafferi also plays a pivotal role in the film.
[caption id="attachment_921836"] Director Faraz said, "We have seen aggressive and emotional films made on India and Pakistan. I wanted to make something unique. I thought, I need to change the perspective shown in these films. The treatment of my film is very different. A very serious thing has been shown through comedy. It is a satire on war and politics," [/caption]
[caption id="attachment_921837"] The film also stars Sanjai Mishra, Dalip Tahil and Mukul Dev. Will the film be able to strike the right chord with the audiences? [/caption]
The film will present war like tragedy in a comic way.