Jhootha Kahin Ka
Rishi Kapoor, who is soon making a comeback to the silver screen, shared the trailer of his upcoming comic caper ‘Jhootha Kahin Ka’ on Wednesday, which is sure to take the audience on a laughter riot.

The two-minute forty-four-second trailer features Jimmy Sheirgill, Lillete Dubey, Rajesh Sharma, and Manoj Joshi and revolves around two students who are reluctant to return to India owing to their fascination for Mauritius.

The video opens up with the voice-over by ‘Pyaar Ka Punchnama 2’ fame actors, Sunny Nijar and Omkar Kapoor, who are having a conversation on relationships. ‘People who don’t have girlfriends feel that its fun having a girlfriend which isn’t true,’ says Nijar.

Jimmy Sheirgill is essaying the role of a humorous gangster named Tommy. The trailer comprises of several clips which give a sneak peek of his role in the flick.

In the last scene, father of one of the boys, played by Rishi Kapoor, embarks on a surprise visit, only to open up a pandora’s box of fabrications and hoaxes.
In between Sunny Leone is also seen grooving to some foot-tapping beats.

Rishi Kapoor shared the trailer on his Twitter handle and wrote, “A film I completed before coming here. Total mad cracker of a movie. Was the hero of the same title (different story) with Neetu way back in the late ’70s. Hope you enjoy the same!”

Earlier this week, the makers also launched the poster of the movie which showcased Omkar and Sunny wearing identical pink quirky party caps at the front with Jimmy and Rishi tied with fairy lights.

The upcoming movie is helmed by Smeep Kang and produced by Anuj Sharma and Deepak Mukut under the banner of Shantketan Entertainments and presented by Soham Rockstar Entertainment. The film is slated to hit theatres on July 19 this year.
Rishi has been seeking medical treatment for an unknown health condition. He had shared the news on his Twitter handle last September and added that he would be back in India soon.

On the work front, Rishi Kapoor last appeared in ‘Mulk’ and ‘Rajma Chawal’.

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