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Fun and frolic


Priyadarsan is back this Friday with “Dhol”, another remake from Malayalam. This time Priyan has taken one of the best comedies of the 1990s “In Harihar Nagar”, directed by Siddique Lal and remade it in Hindi with minor change s. “Dhol” revolves around the lives of four friends —Tusshar Kapoor, Sharman Joshi, Rajpal Yadav and Kunal Khemu. They are aimless guys whose lives change after they meet a rich girl, Tanushree Dutta. Says Priyadarsan: “‘Dhol’ is a hilarious film, with lots of funny twists and turns and with elements of crime and suspense thrown in. I’m sure it will fare well at the box-office.” Priyan’s favourite, Pritam, has composed some foot tapping music for the film.

SREEDHAR PILLAI

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