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Naseeruddin Shah, Padmini Kohlapure team up

After a long gap Bollywood verterans Naseeruddin Shah, Om Puri and Padmini Kohlapure will be seen together in a murder mystery Bolo Raam. "It feels great to be working with Padmini after a long gap. We last worked together in Wo Saat Din," says Shah.

entertainment Updated: Dec 02, 2009 19:04 IST

After a long gap Bollywood verterans Naseeruddin Shah, Om Puri and Padmini Kohlapure will be seen together in a murder mystery Bolo Raam.

The film, which is releasing on December 31, marks the debut of Rishi Bhutani and has been directed by theatre actor Rakesh Chaturvedi.

Bolo Raam is the story of a boy Raam Kaushik (Rishi), who is charged with the murder of his mother Archana, played by Kohlapure. Raam falls in to a state of shock, brief psychotic disorder, after his mother's death and become silent, refusing to talk or react in any manner.

The story unfolds as the investigating officer, Indrajeet Singh Rathi (Om Puri), consults a Psychiatrist Dr N S Negi (Naseeruddin Shah) to determine Raam's state of mind and the reason for his slience.

"I play a psychiatrist who is given a task to make Raam speak so that the truth is unveiled. It is a very intense character and I enjoyed working with Rakesh, who has been a great actor before he came to directing this film," Shah said.

"It feels great to be working with Padmini after a long gap. We last worked together in Wo Saat Din. Also teaming up with Om after Maqbool and Shoot on Sight was a nice experience yet again," Shah added.

The film also stars Rajpal Yadav, Govind Namdev and Manoj Pahwa in pivotal roles. The film has been produced by Goldy Bhutani's production company Sree Keshav Films.

The music is by Sachin Gupta and singers Sukhwinder Singh and Sunidhi Chauhan have lent their voices for the film.

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