Shashant Shah teams up with Vinay Pathak for Bhajathe Raho
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Dasvidaniya director Shashant Shah is reteaming with longtime friend Vinay Pathak for a comedy thriller titled "Bhajathe Raho".
The director is currently shooting the second schedule of the film in Delhi's Chhatarpur area. During the five-day schedule a wedding song along with other sequences will be shot.
"I love the concept of revenge comedy because it manages to combine laughter with vigilante aspect in one package. I have a fabulous star cast and a perfect background like Delhi to shoot in," Shah told PTI.
This is the third time that Shah and Pathak will be working together after giving hits like "Dasvidaniya" and "Chalo Dilli".
Apart from Pathak, the film also stars Ranvir Shorey, Tusshar Kapoor, Ravi Kissan and introduces Vishakha as the lead actress. Produced by Krishika Lulla, the film will hit theatres later this year.
Pathak said he has known Shah since college days and working with him has always been a fun experience.
"We know each other since college days, we worked together in music channels and then he directed a comedy show on TV of which I was a part. We produced 'Dasvidaniya' together so we have known each other from a long time and enjoy working with each other and the rapport is very good."
When asked about the extra 'H' in the title, Tusshar Kapoor, who believes in numerology, said it was his idea.
"I take the blame for this. I believe in numerology and I suggested the producers and they readily agreed," he said.
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