Film: Sooper Se Ooper

Director: Shekhar Ghosh

Cast: Vir Das, Gulshan Grover, Deepak Dobriyal, Kirti Kulhari and Yashpal Sharma

A bouquet of seven films, including comedy-thriller "Mickey Virus", romantic drama "Ishq Actually", family entertainer "Sooper Se Ooper" and crime saga "Satya 2" will try to grab eye balls this weekend. This Friday will mark both acting and directorial debuts of many.

Director Shekhar Ghosh will foray into filmdom with "Sooper Se Ooper". Starring comedy actor Vir Das in the lead, it will be presented by Reliance Entertainment and is produced by Jigsaw Pictures.

The movie has been shot in Rajasthan as well as Mumbai and also stars Gulshan Grover, Deepak Dobriyal, Kirti Kulhari and Yashpal Sharma.

"Sooper se Ooper" is based on an Indian superstition related to making a will (legal document).

Story line:
The story revolves around two brothers Ranvir played by Vir Das and Kukreja played by Deepak Dobriyal. Ranvir, whose fortune has dwindled, decides to sell his ancestral property to find the way out of the situation. But troubles start for Ranvir when he comes to know that the ancestral land was not willed to him by his parents. The story takes an interesting turn during the journey from village to city and vice-versa.

Producer Rajnish Lall describes his "Sooper Se Ooper" as a clean comedy. "Sooper Se Ooper" can be watched by people in the age group of eight years to 80 years.

"Unlike other films, our film 'Sooper Se Ooper' is a clean comedy it's not the usual loud comedy that we see in Hindi films. It's a very fresh film and doesn't have over the top humour," Rajnish said.


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