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Toilet Ek Prem Katha Full Movie
Category: Comedy, Drama, Romance
Release Date: 11 August, 2017
Director: Shree Narayan Singh
Starring: Akshay Kumar, Anupam Kher, Bhumi Pednekar
Age Restriction: 18 years
Duration: 155 minutes
Toilet Ek Prem Katha is a 2017 Indian comedy-drama romance film directed by Shree Narayan Singh and written by Garima, with a story by Siddharth. The release date of Hindi dubbed version of Kajol – Dhanush film VIP 2 has been postponed.
The film, a comedy-drama directed by Rajinikanth’s daughter Soundarya and produced by Dhanush was earlier scheduled as an August 11 release along with it’s Tamil and Telugu versions.
It has been now finalized that only Tamil version of VIP 2 is hitting the screens this Friday. The actual reason for the sudden change in the release date of Hindi and Telugu versions is yet-to-be-revealed, however there are reports that makers have decided to postpone the Hindi version to avoid clashing with Akshay Kumar’s Friday release. Toilet Ek Prem Katha.
VIP 2 will also see Bollywood actress Kajol returning to the Tamil film industry after a gap of 20-years. Her previous Tamil film, Minsara Kanavu was released in 1997. The film also stars Saranya, Amala Paul and Samuthirakani.
Amid the list of rituals Akshay Kumar follows religiously, it seems spending time with army men just before the release of his films has become one of the priorities. Well, we all know his love for those who serve the country. The actor, who was in Delhi to promote his film Toilet: Ek Prem Katha, met the Indo-Tibetan Border Police Force. Akshay took to his Instagram account and posted a picture with a caption, “Lovely visiting the Indo-Tibetan Border Police Force this morning. Nothing but deepest respect for their never-dying spirit!”
By the way, it is not just him but Varun Dhawan too who was present at the occasion. Varun, who is in Delhi, was seen performing some stunts with the army men and showing spirit of loving the country.
Meanwhile, Akshay is doing all that it takes to raise curiosity around his film, Toilet Ek Prem Katha. He collaborated with Kaya Constructs to make public toilets in many cities, including Delhi and Mumbai too.
He took to Twitter and wrote, “Taking a step further towards Swacch Azaadi. An organization named Kaya constructs in association with my film has built toilet across the country. Over the next 24 hours, my Instagram stories will be unveiling one toilet every hour. So, keep watching. 24 hours, 24 toilets.”
The actor, who has always impressed his audience by taking up such out-of-the-box concepts every now and then, is getting wishes from every celeb of Bollywood for the success of his film. From Varun Dhawan to Sidharth Malhotra, actors contributed towards the promotion of the film, which focuses on the importance of having a toilet and promotes Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led Clean India campaign.
The arguments in the case were completed on 2 August and the judgment was reserved for Saturday.
“After hearing arguments for three successive days, the Jaipur Metropolitan Court prima facie found no merit in the case and rejected the application,” SS Hora, counsel for Viacom18, told IANS.
“We will study the judgement and then decide our future course of action,” GD Bansal, advocate for Jaipur based filmmaker Pratik Sharma, who had brought a copyright infringement case against the makers of Toilet: Ek Prem Katha.
Sharma brought the case against Plan C Studios, an alliance between Reliance Entertainment and Friday Filmworks helmed by Neeraj Pandey and Shital Bhatia, and Viacom18 on 7 July in a Jaipur Metropolitan Court.
Sharma had alleged that the makers of Toilet: Ek Prem Katha had lifted the punchline and the subject from his film Gutrun Gutar Gun.
The court, on 26 July, asked the makers of Toilet: Ek Prem Katha to file a reply or enter into arguments in the case of copyright violation on 31 July.
The court had earlier issued a notice returnable on 22 July, but as a strike by the clerical staff was going on, the court gave the respondents 26 July as a new date for filing their reply. The counsel for the film argued that ideas are in public domain and are not subjected to copyright.
Toilet: Ek Prem Katha, directed by Shree Narayan Singh, deals with the need of sanitation in India and is based on Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Swachh Bharat campaign. It features Bhumi Pednekar with Akshay and will release on 11 August along with David F Sandberg’s horror film Annabelle: Creation, the prequel to John R Leonetti’s 2014 film Annabelle.
Bollywood actor Bhumi Pednekar, who earlier put on weight for her debut film Dum Laga Ke Haisha and has now come out with a new well-sculpted body for her two upcoming films, says she felt equally beautiful when she was fuller because all the men around her made her feel comfortable. Bhumi believes men in the country are slowly but surely changing their attitude towards women. Asked whether men look at her differently after she lost weight, Bhumi said, “You know when I was bigger in size, I was getting equal attention from men, nobody made me feel uncomfortable by looking at me in a different way.”
“I wore clothes that I wanted to, and flaunted my skin as per my wish. That’s why my confidence was high even then. That is why I would like to say that men’s attitude towards women is slowly but steadily changing,” Bhumi added. The actor who started her career as an assistant casting director with Yash Raj Films, believes that was the best training ground she had to understand the craft of cinema.
“I do not want to change any part of my story. If today, people ask me to choose between working in YRF for five years before debuting in Bollywood or wait for the opportunity for a dream debut with a song-dance saga film, I would choose the earlier any day.”
“From taking audition to working with the creative team, production design, I got expose to every aspect of film making — both are important to become a good actor. Coming from a regular middle class family, I think I am very fortunate,” Bhumi said. Having grown up watching movies of legendary filmmakers like Satyajit Ray, Hrishikesh Mukherjee and Bimal Roy, Bhumi said this is the right phase of Hindi cinema where an actor like her can make a space.
“Not that I haven’t grooved with the peppy songs of Khalnayak and Rangeelaa, but my love for cinema has come from watching a lot of Ray, Mukherjee, Benegal among others; because my mother loved watching those films and we used to watch them together,” Bhumi said. “In last five years, the way our Bollywood has changed, it is amazing. Whether it is Neerja, Piku, Mardaani or Dum Laga Ke Haisha, good stories have been told. It is the right time for me to be here,” she added.