David Dhawan's Chashme Buddoor remake released alongside the digitally restored version of the original, but the filmmaker is unfazed by the competition. He believes the simultaneous release would create curiosity among the audiences.
It is comedy versus horror at the box-office today with two versions of Chashme Baddoor and Rise Of The Zombie releasing.
The premiere of digitally restored version of Sai Paranjpye's classic Chashme Buddoor turned out to be a low-key event, which saw the presence of star cast of the film and some TV actors.
Chashme Baddoor, a remake of the 1981 film, about three friends will release alongside Rise Of The Zombie, touted as the country's first zombie horror thriller this Friday.
The digital version of the1981 classic Chashme Baddoor premiered in Mumbai and was attended by the cast of the film and few Bollywood celebs. Seen here, Chashme Baddoor actress Deepti Naval elegant in a sari.