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A special screening of the Bollywood film, Do Dooni Chaar, enthralled Union Human Resource Development Minister Kapil Sibal in the Capital over the weekend.

bollywood Updated: Nov 03, 2010 01:05 IST

A special screening of the Bollywood film, Do Dooni Chaar, enthralled Union Human Resource Development Minister Kapil Sibal in the Capital over the weekend.

The minister said that he enjoyed the movie and actors Rishi Kapoor and Neetu Singh have done a good job.

“I have seen two-third of the movie. It’s a superb movie — very simple, very heart-warming and superb acting by Rishi. Both Rishi and Neetu have done good work and the theme is also good. It shows how a common man lives his life; it was nice to see the movie,” said Sibal. Produced by Arindham Chaudhari, the film portrays Rishi Kapoor as the main character. Chaudhuri said that they wanted to make a film on the life of a middle class man and his family, who fight daily battles to see that their needs are fulfilled, despite limited income.

“We wanted to take to the world a film that is based on a teacher’s family and their struggles and it shows the journey of a middle-class family. I am very happy that it has come out nice and everybody has loved it,” said Chaudhuri.

The movie is about a teacher, Mr. Duggal (Rishi Kapoor), who lives in a flat in New Delhi and juggles with double-digit inflation and single digit increments in his salary. But, his wife, son and teenaged daughter want to lead a luxurious life.

The twist in the tale comes in the form of a wedding invitation that changes their lives. The movie was released on October 8.