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Check out: BHK [email protected] poster
The second poster of upcoming comic entertainer, ‘BHK [email protected]’, has been unveiled and the poster again uses animated features to convey its point just like the first poster.
This poster draws from the ‘Snakes and Ladders’ game which is in the form of a calendar. The hero of the film is at no. 1 and has to cross all possible obstacles of guns, goons and snakes to reach the heroine who is standing at no. 30 with a garland. The first poster also had a similar concept with the running couple being chased by the same set of people.
Director Rakesh Chaturvedi ‘Om’, said, “The film is a complete mischief, that’s why we have termed it as comic caper. With the help of fun elements, we are trying to convey a very simple statement which turns out to be extremely meaningful.
A common man –who might be from any class, lower, middle or higher class – has this problem. There is a saying that, ‘an entire lifetime is spent building a house.’ So all matters related to the struggle of a house – be it in metros or small towns – is what we’ve tried to capture in a very situational, mischievous and fun manner. That’s why we have titled it as ‘BHK’.”
BHK obviously refers to Bedroom, Hall and Kitchen, one of the most important factors in buying a house. The importance of house is highlighted in both posters – the first one sees a few characters holding a spoon with a house in their mouths and the second one sees the hero struggling to reach his love with a house in his hand.
“Every director has a way of conveying comedy, sometimes it has lot of actions dialogues, or slapstick but we have chosen the path of a unique, family drama which I would like to call as ‘serious comedy’ .A person becomes so serious in a situation that you feel that the person in front of you is serious but that seriousness gives you lot of enjoyment.
In BHK, everyone will be able to see themselves. People usually fail to differentiate between their need and greed and BHK will definitely tell you the difference between need and greed,” Chaturvedi added.
The film stars popular TV actor Ujjwal Rana, ad girl Inshika Bedi, ‘Office Office’ fame Manoj Pahwa, his wife Seema, and other talented actors such as Yashpal Sharma, Brijendra Kala and Benjamin Gilani.
The film is produced under the banner, 9 Production, GM Film Production and RCOM Productions.
BHK [email protected] slated to release on 5th February.