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Film Preview: Atithi Tum Kab Jaoge?

Ajay Devgn and Konkona Sen Sharma feel their upcoming flick Atithi tum kab jaoge? is a laugh riot that shows how young couples in Mumbai deal with an unannounced guest.

entertainment Updated: Mar 02, 2010 14:40 IST

Atithi Tum Kab Jaoge?Ajay Devgn and Konkona Sen Sharma feel their upcoming flick Atithi tum kab jaoge? is a laugh riot that shows how young couples in Mumbai deal with an unannounced guest.



"I think people will relate to the film a lot because this basically reflects the lives of young couples today in Mumbai. There are people from all over the country coming here to make their lives," said Konkona.

The movie that also has versatile actor Paresh Rawal playing the guest is directed by Ashwni Dhir and produced by Amita Pathak. It releases Friday.
The film revolves around Puneet (Ajay) and Munmun (Konkona), a happily married couple living in Mumbai. Their life takes a turn when a distant relative, Chachaji (Paresh), turns up unannounced from a far-off village.

The chaos that follows makes it a rib-tickling comedy where the agonised couple tries various methods to get rid of him but fails every time.

It is about the comedy that happens while trying to get relief from a person who comes as a guest and shows no signs of leaving," Konkona said.

"If people have guests from their village, there is a question of privacy. It's not like Delhi where you have huge houses. So I think because of all these factors people will relate to it," she added.

Added Ajay: "It's a light-hearted film. There is sensibility along with humour. There is also an undercurrent emotion in it." The music track of the album has failed to impress music aficionados. It sounds more like a devotional soundtrack.

The promos have gathered some buzz courtesy Paresh Rawal's comic spark. Also releasing Friday are Road, Movie, Hello Zindagi, Rokkk and Thanks Maa.