Gujarati Movie 'Kaik Kar Ne Yaar' brings Tiku Talsani and Aruna Irani together

Within a span of just 30 days Team Creative Yatra has experienced launch of 3rd Gujarati movie in Ahmedabad, there are a many more than these 3 that have been introduced. The upsurge of Gujarati Film Industry and its furious speed of excelling is jaw dropping. This Friday the famous Gujarati Actors Tiku Talsania and Aruna Irani were in the city for the launch of an urban Gujarati movie ‘Kaik Karne Yaar’. This movie is a joint project by the 4 biggies of cinema Industry, Kriya Films, T-Series, Trgger Max and AA Films and is expected to craft a U-turn in the Gujarati Cinema. ‘Kaik Karne Yaar’ is a romantic comedy movie casting prodigy and novice actors from across India like Yatin Parmar, Raj Jatania, Dhvani Trivedi and Shivani Pandey.


‘The film talks about a love story in which an NRI girl, who doesn’t want to get married in India, falls in love with an Indian guy, while her visit to India. The producers of the movie Darshan Shah, Richi Doshi and Varun Jhaveri believes this movie to earn a record breaking figure as after 13 long years people would experience Aruna Irani on big screen in a Gujarati Film. The movie launch did comprise a release of 2 songs that will be featured in the movie, out of them one was a romantic song of young Tiku and Aruna gazing around the trees and romanticizing their story.

Tiku Talsani & Aruna Irani

Kavan & Veeral the duo of music directors, will debut under this banner. It was their first experience to work with senior singers like Udit Narayan, Alka Yagnik and Aayushi wnd lookedreally exited to be a part of the movie. The event was held at The Pride Hotel, Judges Bungalow Road and was covered by major media platforms. The movie is expected to release on November 11, 2015 at your nearest movie theatre.



Photographs : Marmik Shah

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