Jal, May 13, 2015-(Nidhi): The sweet-bitter love-war story of a couple ‘Oh Yaara Ainvayi Ainvayi Lut Gaya’ is reaching cinemas on 22nd May. Presented by Father and Son Films, this movie stars singer-actor Jassi Gill and and Big Boss 7 winner Gauahar Khan in the lead roles. The team is on promotional tour.
This romantic comedy film has been produced by Mukesh Sharma and Khushwant Gill. Director of the film is Raj Sinha who was the creative director of the same production house’s last hit film ‘Jatt James Bond’. He also has written screenplays of a few Bollywood films. The team was in town today for promoting the film.
Jassi Gill said, “I think I am fortunate to have worked in this film with such an amazing team. Our director taught us a lot while shooting and the co-actors supported every moment. Very few new comers like me get a chance to work with known people at the early stage of their careers. About the film, I would say the script is the real protagonist and will bind each and every one with itself.”
Other main roles have been played by B.N. Sharma, Karamjit Anmol and Rana Ranbir. Gauahar Khan has had an overwhelming experience while shooting for the flick. She told, “Punjabi culture and hospitality has no match. Punjabis & Punjabi food is lovely. Shooting in Punjab was blissful. The film will teach you how to oversee each-other’s shortcomings while in a relationship.”
The film has been made in a light-hearted manner so that the families can enjoy together. Producer Mukesh Sharma said that the film relates to every household. Each one from the family would take it as his own daily story. Though there are twists and turns in the script but at the end of the day it is all about making things right. I hope our effort of making audiences forget their worries would yield good results.
Director Raj Sinha said that comedy is such a genre which could be called ‘evergreen’. No matter how weird people talk about such films but at the end of the day the audiences want to laugh out loud and welcome comedy films with open hearts. We hope our film makes a place for itself in audiences’ hearts as well as their homes.