After an impressive performance in Vikramaditya Motwane's Trapped, Rajkummar Rao is all set to tickle our funny bone in his upcoming film Behen Hogi Teri which promises to be a laughter riot.
Recently, the makers released the first poster of the film and
boy, it will leave you amused. Check out all the details
The First Poster Of Behen Hogi Teri
In the said poster, one can see our hero Rajkummar Rao in his
Lord Shiva avatar but there's a hilarious twist as he is seen
sitting on a bike.
Behen Hogi Teri Is Not A Typical Bollywood Potboiler
Earlier in an interview, Rao had said, "This is probably my
first solo lead rom-com. But, just because it belongs to that
genre, doesn't mean the efforts are not there. It is not that I am
doing anything less. There are preparations, training, I am
emotionally as involved as I am for any other film. "But yes,
‘Behen Hogi Teri' is not a typical Bollywood potboiler, or
romantic-comedy. It is a very relatable, human film with lot of
On His Role In The Film
"Lucknow is the flavour of the season. A lot of the films are
being shot here. Our film is a slice of life fun movie with real
characters set up in Lucknow. There is a whole Jaagran community
here, which not many apart from North Indians might be aware of. My
character, Gattu, plays Shiva in one of the jaagran mandlis, which
is owned by Shruti's character and he is in love with her."
On Why The Film Is Titled Behen Hogi Teri
For those who are wondering why the film has such a quirky
title, Rao added, "My character is madly in love with her, but
since he is from the same ‘mohalla', they are neighbours, everybody
thinks that ‘mohalley kay log bhai-behen he hai, ye toh ghar ki
baat hai'. But how, in his heart and mind, he knows she can't be
his sister. That's how the title comes."
When Kala Chashma Got A Religious Twist
Earlier, the makers had released a parody of Sidharth Malhotra-
Katrina Kaif song Kala Chashma as a teaser. Haven't watched it yet?
Then check it out here-
Behen Hogi Teri also stars Gautam Gulati and is slated to
release on 26th May.