Auspicious Oct 11 release for Shuja Ali’s Baat Bann Gayi

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Year 2013 has been Bollywood’s most successful year thus far, which have had many films shifting release dates to hit the silver screen on a suitable week. Almost every week there have been 4 to 5 new releases and in some weeks the numbers have gone to as high as ten. Picking a good release date has been a big task for corporate houses and movie makers. Anil Sharma’s Singh Sahab The Great has joined this league when they have shifted their release date from  October 11 to November end. Incidentally, Balaji Films has postponed the release of Ragini MMS 2 from this given date thus giving comic caper Baat Bann Gayi an auspicious Oct 11 release option.

“Considering the mammoth success of Chennai Express was released on the occasion of Eid-ul-Fitr and is still running to packed houses, we have decided to release our film, Baat Bann Gayi on Oct 11, as there are two auspicious events Dussehra and Bakri Eid,” avers producer Sayed Asif Jah.

Baat Bann Gayi is a romantic comedy enriched with the classical plot of ‘duals’, which depicts the comedy of errors when look alike of characters encounter each other. Unexpected, hilarious situations arise because of mistaken identity.  Kabir (Ali Fazal) is deeply in love with Rachna (Anisa). After a lot of hiccups he is successful in impressing Rachna’s brother Laxmi Nivas (Gulshan Grover) with his antics. The real twist in the tale comes when Kabir’s look alike Rasiya Bihari (Ali Fazal), who works for a land mafia Carlos Rehbar Pasha (Razzak Khan), also gives his heart away to Rachna. And Rachna and her family mistakes him for Kabir. Kabir, on the other hand is confused as people are mistaking him for Rasiya..

Another twist comes when Rasiya bumps into Debu (Gulshan Grover), a dance teacher who is not straight and he exactly looks like Laxmi Nivas. Wild mishaps begin because of mistaken identity. The comedy of doubles becomes the comedy of double trouble. Whole lot of trouble and confusions turn the flow of the narrative into a hilarious, thrilling roller coaster ride full of madness, surprises, and stomach aching humorous situations.

Presented by Jaypeeco India Pvt Ltd and Vibhu Agarwal, Baat Bann Gayi,  produced by Sayed Asif Jah and Megha Agarwal, is directed by Shuja Ali. The film is a production of Jaypeeco Infotainment in association with ASR Media. Baat Bann Gayi, starring Ali Fazal, Gulsan Grover, Anisa, Amrita Raichand, Razzak Khan and Akshay Singh. The music is by Harpreet Singh with songs. The cinematography is by Deepak Pandey  and editing by Manan Sagar.

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