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Do Knot Disturb releases across 1060 screens worldwide

india Updated: Oct 02, 2009 18:40 IST

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Director David Dhawan's Do Knot Disturb, a comedy about marriage and infidelity, releases across 1060 screens worldwide on Friday.

Co-produced by BIG Pictures and Vashu Bhgnani's Puja Entertainment, the film is bringing together the hit actor-director duo of Dhawan and Govinda for the 19th time.

It also stars two former beauty queens - Sushmita Sen and Lara Dutta. Riteish Deshmukh, Sohail Khan, Ranvir Shorey and Rajpal Yadav will also be seen in the movie.

"Do Knot Disturb" revolves around a rich businessman (Govinda) who wants to hide his extra marital affair with a supermodel (Sushmita). He bribes a waiter (Riteish) into pretending to be the model's (Lara) boyfriend. Thereafter, mistaken identities and misunderstandings form a hilarious situations.

According to Dhawan, certain audience members will be able to relate a lot with the movie.

"I have taken cues from society and people around me for the film. I'm sure someone or the other in the hall will identify with the film and realise that it is his or her story," Dhawan had told IANS.

Govinda is extremely confident about the film. "'Do Knot Disturb' doesn't give you time to think... it only makes you laugh and keeps you happy - which has been (the case) with almost all of David's films. Audiences laugh and come out satisfied and happy, which has always been a big achievement for us," he said.

"The best part about the film is that it has no end... neither a happy end nor a tragic one. It's like an episode with excellent humour punches. But it has a couple of messages in the garb of humour, especially about people who go out and cheat on their wives, which might help many families," he added.