Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji to arrive on 28 January

MUMBAI: Produced by Bhandarkar Entertainment and Kumar Mangat Pathak‘s Wide Frame Pictures, the Madhur Bhandarakar-directed Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji (DTBHJ) is set to release on 28 January.

DTBHJ is a romantic comedy starring Ajay Devgn, Emraan Hashmi and Omi Vaidya in the male leads and Shruti Hassan, Shazahn Padamsee and Shraddha Das in the female leads.

Says Bhandarkar, "This is the first time that I am making a slice of life romantic comedy and I hope as people loved my earlier films, they will definitely accept this movie too. The way DTBHJ is shaping up, I am sure it will be a treat to watch." 

With the film Madhur Bhandarkar, for the first time, explores the genre of romantic comedy within realistic parameters. It is a slice of life about three men and their encounters with love. A listless Naren Ahuja (Ajay Devgn), well into his thirties and going through a divorce, falls in love with a vibrant and bubbly June Pinto (Shazahn Padamsee) who has just stepped out of her teens. Milind Kelkar (Omi Vaidya), a naive poet and an idealistic lover, is besotted by an ambitious and practical Gungun Sarkar (Shraddha Das) who is determined to follow her dreams and a charming Casanova Abhay (Emraan Hashmi), starts feeling an alien emotion called love, when he feels increasingly drawn towards Nikki (Shruti Hassan), a modern girl who knows her wants and speaks her mind.
Struggling to cope with modern women and contemporary relationships, the three go through a fun-filled roller coaster ride of emotions with its constant highs and lows that usually accompany love. But will they succeed in their quest for happiness or love? DTBHJ takes a humorous look at love and the extent people will go to escape or attain it.

"Madhurji and I were in talks since quite some time to work on a film catering to romantic comedy genre and were waiting for a right script to come across, keeping the current trends in mind. Now that the film is ready and is looking very promising, we are very excited and looking forward to it." adds Pathak.

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