B4U, T-Series & People Tree to release Patiala House

MUMBAI: B4U Films has teamed up with T-Series along with Mukesh Talreja‘s People Tree Films for the release of film Patiala House.

Produced by Twinkle Khanna‘s Hari Om Productions and Zoeb Springwala‘s Bugle Boy‘s, the film will hit the screens on 11 February.

Following the success of his films like Kal Ho Naa Ho and Salaam-e-Ishq, director Nikhil Advani‘s Patiala House will star Akshay Kumar, Rishi Kapoor, Anushka Sharma and Dimple Kapadia.

B4U has released a variety of films across the globe last year.

At Patiala House lives the Kahlon family ruled by Bauji. The film follows his life as he tries to hold onto his ‘Indian values‘ in the land of the ‘goras‘. The younger generations at the Patiala House wants to assert themselves and follow their dreams but are held back by their respect and love for Bauji and the shining example of Bauji‘s eldest son, Parghat Singh Kahlon aka Gattu. Gattu gave up his dream at the altar of Bauji‘s biases. What follows forms the crux of the film.

States T-Series managing director Bhushan Kumar, "B4U has proven to be one of Bollywood‘s major platforms and for this reason T-Series is proud to be teaming up with it for the release of Patialia House. I am certain that this is the start of a successful long-term working relationship and I look forward to working with B4U for our forthcoming films and projects."

B4U CEO Sunil Rohra avers, "B4U is thrilled to be working alongside such a reputable company as T-Series. Bhushan Kumar has been a pioneer in the Indian music industry and his creative vision and dynamics have aided in the growth and success of the Bollywood genre. We are delighted to be releasing Patiala House which has got all the essential ingredients for it to be a high quality hit Bollywood film."

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