Support Girls”: Guru Randhawa’s Takeaway from his film Kuch khattaa ho jaay

Set to grace cinemas on 16th February, “Kuch Khattaa Ho Jaay” emerges not just as a family entertainer bound to evoke laughter but also as a beacon of inspiration for women’s empowerment. Produced by the dynamic duo Amit Bhatia and Laveena Bhatia, the film skillfully weaves humor with a potent message: a woman’s aspirations and career ambitions need not be sidelined after marriage. It promises to be a cinematic journey that celebrates the spirit of womanhood and the pursuit of dreams against all odds. “Kuch Khattaa Ho Jaay” is more than a film; it’s a movement towards changing perceptions and empowering lives, one laugh at a time.

Guru Randhawa said, “It’s a very fun story. When we were listening to the story of the film, we were all laughing, but at the same time, the film conveys a message that we all should think about girl empowerment. Boys and girls have equal rights. If a girl wants to study, wants to become an actress, just support girls. I really liked this social message.”

Kuch Khattaa Ho Jaay marks Guru Randhawa’s acting debut. Along with Saiee M Manjrekar, Anupam Kher and Ila Arun will also be seen in this Amit Bhatia production. The film is a heartwarming family comedy with a touch of drama! It is produced by Mach Films, Amit Bhatia, and Laveena Bhatia. This PAN India movie directed by G Ashok