Hum Chaar: Friends Bhi Family Hain trailer sees Rajshri Productions delve into territory of young friendships

Hum Chaar: Friends Bhi Family Hain is the Rajshri banner's 58th production and is slated to release on 15 February.

FP Staff January 17, 2019 15:59:29 IST
Hum Chaar: Friends Bhi Family Hain trailer sees Rajshri Productions delve into territory of young friendships

Rajshri Productions' new venture Hum Chaar: Friends Bhi Family Hain features four newcomers on the silver screen. The makers recently released the quirky trailer of the film which charts the journey of friendship among the now-estranged friends.

The film has been directed by Abhishek Dixit, and will see newcomers Prit Kamani, Simran Sharma, Anshuman Malhotra and Tushar Pandey in leading pivotal roles in the film.

The trailer depicts the four friends as they narrate instances of the times spent together and how much they regret it. In the form of an interview, the four keep reminiscing about old memories. How much ever they insist on forgetting the other, the four of them seem to have kept a keen eye on each other's lives and developments.

Hum Chaar Friends Bhi Family Hain trailer sees Rajshri Productions delve into territory of young friendships

Still from Hum Chaar: Friends Bhi Family Hain trailer. YouTube screengrab

Hum Chaar: Friends Bhi Family Hain seems to have a refreshing twist to the generally orthodox themes that Rajshri has been involved with.  The film is the Rajshri banner's 58th production.

The film is touted to revolve around the young dynamic shared between the four college students. The movie explores the idea that in today's day and time where joint families are rarely seen, friends become family too.

Hum Chaar: Friends Bhi Family Hain is slated to hit the screens on 15 February. Watch the trailer here.

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