‘Jhootha Kahin Ka’ trailer promises to make you laugh non-stop. Back to work after her cancer treatment off-shore, Rishi Kapoor shared the trailer of his upcoming comic caper ‘Jhootha Kahin Ka’ on Wednesday, which is sure to take the audience on a laughter riot. This two minute and forty-four-second trailer has Jimmy Sheirgill, Lillete Dubey, Rajesh Sharma, and Manoj Joshi and revolves around two students who are reluctant to return to India owing to their fascination for Mauritius.
The trailer video makes debut with the voice-over by ‘Pyaar Ka Punchnama 2’ fame actors, Sunny Nijar and Omkar Kapoor, who are having a conversation on relationships. ‘People who don’t have girlfriends feel that it’s fun having a girlfriend which isn’t true,’ shares Nijar.
Jimmy Sheirgill is portraying the role of a humorous gangster named Tommy. In the last scene of the trailer, father of one of the boys, i.e. Rishi Kapoor, begins a surprise visit, only to open up a pandora’s box of fabrications and hoaxes.
In between all this, Sunny Leone could also be seen grooving to some foot-tapping beats. Chintoo Ji tweeted the trailer on captioned it with words,
“A film I completed before coming here. Total mad cracker of a movie. Was the hero of the same title (different story) with Neetu way back in the late 70’s. Hope you enjoy the same!”
Have a look at the trailer here:
A film I completed before coming here. Total mad cracker of a movie. Was the hero of the same title (different story)with Neetu way back in the late 70’s. Hope you enjoy the same!https://t.co/RrTj5Y71uI
— Rishi Kapoor (@chintskap) July 3, 2019
In the beginning of this week, filmmakers also launched the movie poster that showed Omkar and Sunny wearing identical pink quirky party caps at the front with Jimmy and Rishi tied with fairy lights.
The movie is a Smeep Kang directorial and Anuj Sharma and Deepak Mukut production under the banner of Shantketan Entertainments. It will hit the silver screen on coming 19th.
Rishi Kapoor had previously made a silver screen appearance with movies like ‘Mulk’ and ‘Rajma Chawal’.