Director : Sanjay Gadhvi
Production Company : Puja Entertainment India Ltd
Producer : Vashu Bhagnani
Artists (Cast) : Jackky Bhagnani, Nidhi Subbaiah, Arjun Rampal, Arshad Warsi, Darshan Jariwala, Kirron Kher
POOJA ENTERTAINMENT AND FILMS LTD.
Mr. Vashu Bhagnanithe producer and the Managing Director of the “POOJA ENTERTAINMENT AND FILMS LTD has always had the three C’s at his command: CONVICTION, CONFIDENCE, & COMMITMENT. That’s why when VASHU BHAGNANidecides to do something he throws himself into with – BODY, HEART AND SOUL.
Mr.Vashu Bhagnaniknows that in 2 hours the audience wants to laugh, cry and be excited and so it was a tough task for him but he excelled in it with fl ying color as he is being called by the Film industry fraternity as “Producer No.1” . He takes full care to fulfill the needs of all types of viewers.
Mr. Vashu Bhagnani’s prudence, grand foresight and his intellectual has well understood mood of the peoples and is engaged in the making of movies which are basically made with a lot of spices. He knows that in India a movie has to have songs, dance, romance, thrill, suspense, comedy, action, family drama, etc. Mr. Vashu Bhagnaniknows the pulse of the peoples that after working for ten hours a day and that too during the main part of the day and so many of them return to their home with no entertainment. The only available entertainment is movies. Whether a business tycoon or a Rickshaw driver all want to watch movies which can release their day to day tension and make them feel relaxed.
Vashu Bhagnanibelieves that a movie when made in India has to be made in such a way that both a 5-year kid and an 85-year old grand father should enjoy it. It has to have a great story, touching performances, lovely music, breath taking locations, great dance steps and of course bags full of comedy. Vashu Bhagnanishot into the limelight with his series of ‘No 1’ movies, starting with “Coolie No 1”, followed by “Hero No 1”, “BiwiNo 1” and “ShaadiNo.1”, and punctuated by ‘Bade Miyan Chote Miyan’. These films rewrote box office.
According to Vashu Bhagnanipreviously the movies were made particularly for the masses and the multiplex crowd. But now the viewers want to see good movies with great stories. Earlier the hero carried the entire movie on his shoulders but now the load is evenly spread. A movie will do well even if you don’t have a great star cast but have a great story and your actors do a job. There is nobody you can call the hero of the film but it’s realistic and humorous.
Mr. Vashu Bhagnani has many block busters in his name as Coolie No.1 (1995), Hero No.1 (1997), Bade Miyan Chote Miyan (1998), BiwiNo.1 (1999), Tera Jadoo Chal Gaya (2000), Mujhe Kucch Kehna Hai(2001), Rehna haiTere Dil Mein (2001), Deewanapan (2001), Om JaiJagdish (2002), Jeena Sirf Merre Liye (2002), Out of Control (2003), Vaada (2005), Silsilay (2005), ShaadiNo.1 (2005), Antar Mahal (2005), Sorry Bhai(2008), Kal Kissne Dekha (2009), Do Knot Disturb (2009) and F.A.L.T.U. (2011).
Bollywood is the biggest film industry in the world. Nearly thrice the number of movies is made each year than the number of days in a year.
Heir to a billion-dollar automobile empire, Rajveer Grewal has it all, a loving family, riches of the world, and a dream job designing cars. He falls head-over-heels in love with Madhuri, who is a strong advocate of social justice and equality. To his dismay, Rajveer learns that she ‘hates’ all rich people and will have nothing to do with a rich boy like himself. In a sweeping stance of romance, Rajveer decides to give it all up and pretend to be the ‘poorest of the poor’ in order to win her affection and love.
A comedy of errors ensues as Rajveer and his ultra-rich lavish family attempt to play the parts of poor slumdwellers and in doing so turn into a dysfunctional bunch of over-the-top actors.
As this “riches to rags” story takes one hysterical turn after another, how long will they succeed in keeping up this charade?
And is there something Madhuri is hiding from the family herself?
Find out how it all culminates into the funniest, most lovable romantic comedy of 2012!
Jackky Bhagnani – Jackky Bhagnani plays the role of ultra-rich and suave Rajveer Grewal – who lives by the motto, “Work hard and party even harder”. Son of automobile magnate Yashwardhan Grewal and
the apple of his family’s eye, Rajveer is a strong believer in hard work, driven towards being a self-made achiever. After completing his automobile engineering from Germany, Rajveer declines a management position in his father’s company to follow his long standing passion for designing cars. An ambitious car lover, Rajveer turns just as easily into a simple, adorable boy-next-door when he falls head-over-heels in love with a headstrong activist for social change – Madhuri Singh. In his earnestness to win the heart of the girl he loves, he is willing to give up everything. Everything, except for his dream on four wheels – DC, The Dream Car.
Nidhi Subbaiah – Nidhi Subbaiah is Madhuri Singh – headstrong activist for social change and strong advocate of education for the uplift of the poor. A third – year Sociology student and a volunteer at a school for poor children, Madhuri holds a strong bias against the rich. She chooses to live by her own rules while working towards promoting education and social equality. A girl who will fi ght, not only for her own rights, but also for those of the under – privileged, Madhuri stands strongly for what she believes in. Life is full of surprises however, and as she is drawn towards Rajveer Grewal, love has its way, and their story takes one remarkable twist after another.
Darshan Jariwala – Darhsan Jariwala plays the character Yashwardhan Grewal – automobile magnate, founder and owner of Grewal Motocorp. A multi billionaire who’s been declared Businessman of the Year several times by various magazines, Yashwardhan fi rmly believes that his real treasure lies not in his wealth but in his family. He is a man of his word and a man of principle, both at work and at home. Beyond all, he is a father who will give up everything for his family and go to any length for the sake of their happiness.
Kirron Kher – Kirron Kher is the quirky, over-the-top Rashmi Grewal – wife of automobile magnate Yashwardhan Grewal. On one side, she is a doting mother keenly awaiting the marriage of her son Rajveer
for her “Dream Bahu”, and on the other, a Bollywood lover, die-hard SRK fan and an eccentric moviebuff. When Rajveer falls in love with a girl who hates the rich, Rashmi’s supremely melodramatic cinemainspired portrayal of the “andhi lachaar ma” calls for the biggest laughter riot, and a performance to watch out for.
Arjun Rampal – Arjun Rampal is Karan Singh Chauhan – hot-headed power broker based in Bhopal with his tentacles spread out all over the country. He has ministers in one of his pockets and businessmen in the other, cracking high profi le deals between the two. With contacts in the highest of places, Karan Singh Chauhan is as rich as he is powerful. His only weakness – his sister, Madhuri of whom is both possessive and protective.
Director: SANJAY GADHAVI
Born on the 22nd of November, 1966, Sanjay was enchanted with Hindi films from the time his mother took him, in her arms to see “Ram aur Shyam” as a ‘one year old’… or so his mother told him.
Sanjay completed his schooling at Campion School in Colaba in South Mumbai in 1983, and then went on to graduate as Bachelor of Commerce from H.R College in 1988.
As badly as he wanted to get into the Film and Television Institute of India, Pune, his eagerness to get on to the sets made him take on his first job as an apprentice assistant director with Anant Balani. He then went on to assist Anant Balani on “Patthar Ke Phool” (1991), produced by Sippy Films, who had produced the all-time-great “Sholay”. Sanjay’s next stint as an assistant was on the film “Jazbaat” (1994), produced and directed by Anant Balani.
After a patient wait, of nearly seven years, for his ‘big break’ as an independent director, he directed his first film “Tere Liye” (2001). Despite the film being a non-starter, Sanjay had the good fortune of gaining the confi dence Aditya Chopra, son of Yash Chopra. He was signed on for an exclusive 3 film contract by Yashraj Films, the leading production house in the Indian film industry.
He lived up to the faith and confi dence put in him by Yash Chopra and Aditya Chopra, and went on to direct three successful films in a row for Yashraj Films. “Mere Yaar Ki Shaadi Hai” (2002), “Dhoom” (2004) and “Dhoom 2” (2006), each being a bigger hit than the previous, turned out to be highly instrumental in establishing Sanjay Gadhvi as a director who was well on his way to being a film maker to watch out for.
He then chose to move out of the Yashraj banner, and was signed on by Shri Ashtavinayak Cine Vision Ltd. He then directed his 5th film “Kidnap” (2008), starring Sanjay Dutt and teen heartthrob Imran Khan. Although this film met with mixed responses all over the world, it made, for its producers, a profi t in excess of Rs.20 crores. “Kidnap” also consolidated Imran in the film industry, as he was presented in very new and interesting role. Minissha Lamba who played the young lead, could change her image from ‘the girl next door’ to ‘sexy siren’.
From romance to action to suspense thrillers – Sanjay Gadhvi has done it all and successfully. And now he is coming up with a romantic comedy – “Ajab Gazabb Love” that has romance which will make you want to fall in love and comedy which will make you fall off your seats, laughing.