After being denied permission to the screen war comedy War Chhod Na Yaar at the Attari-Wagah border between India and Pakistan, director Faraz Haider says that the makers have planned some special screenings for the soldiers.
War Chhod Na Yaar director Faraz Haider will be seen playing a cameo in his war comedy, which features Sharman Joshi and Soha Ali Khan.
Amid masala films like Boss, Krrish 3 and Ram-Leela lined up for release this festive season, debutante director Faraz Haider's medium budget War Chhod Na Yaar, touted to be the country's first war comedy, promises to bring a refreshing change for the viewers.
Sharman Joshi is happy at the success of Grand Masti and admits that he enjoys comedies.
Actor Sharman Joshi, a Gujarati, says he is looking forward to picking up the dandiya sticks and dancing a bit this Navratri season, which began on Saturday.
Debutant director Faraz Haider has dedicated a song Jai Jawan from his forthcoming film War Chhod Na Yaar to Indian soldiers. The song is being released on the occasion of Mahatma Gandhi's birth anniversary, which falls on 2nd October.
War Chhod Na Yaar director Faraz Haider wants to broach heavy topics through comedy in cinema as he feels it is an ideal way to convey something important to the audience.
Sharman Joshi, who will be seen in War Chhod Na Yaar, marvels at the war comedy's director-writer Faraz Haider's vision and the amount of hard work he has put into the movie.
After filming in Delhi's scorching heat, actress Soha Ali Khan is happy to complete the shooting of her upcoming movie War Chhod Na Yaar.