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Atithi Tum Kab Jaoge film preview

Director: Ashwni Dhir Starring: Ajay Devgan, Konkona Sen Sharma and Paresh Rawal

Ajay Devgan
Ajay Devgan stars in this laugh riot

Puneet is a writer who lives with his wife and son in a cosy little Mumbai apartment.

After years of hard work in the world of television, he finally gets a chance to write a script for a Bollywood film.

Whilst dreaming of the riches and the glamour, the sudden, unannounced arrival of a long lost uncle spirals his life out of control.

He is forced to go against his placid and unassuming nature by devising schemes to get rid of him. Now, this is one happy ending which even Puneet (Ajay Devgan) is finding difficult scripting!

Puneet's wife, Munmun (Konkona Sen Sharma), is an interior designer. Sweet and accommodating by nature, Munmun believes in traditional family values.

She is put under considerable pressure when faced with the uninvited guest whose visit soon becomes unbearable. So Munmun puts her foot down and asks Puneet to get rid of him.

Paresh Rawal
Paresh Rawal is the uninvited visitor

Lambodar Bajpai is the 65 year old uncle from a small village. He has decided to visit his distant nephew Puneet and his family in Mumbai.

An eccentric, head strong and opinionated person, Bajpai is often appalled with the ways of the modern city folks.

He can be unpredictable but at the same time loving, warm with a genuine concern for the people around him.

He has voluntarily made himself comfortable in Puneet's home and is blissfully unaware of the schemes being designed to hasten his departure!

Atithi Tum Kab Jaoge is an all out laugh-riot. With great comic timings of Ajay Devgan, Konkona and Paresh Rawal, this comic fare is sure to bring the house down upon release.

Previewed by Manish Gajjar
BBC Bollywood Correspondent




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