Shabana Azmi and Boman Irani, two of Hindi Cinema's most acclaimed talents come together once again in Onir's SORRY BHAI after starring in HONEYMOON TRAVELS PVT LTD. Slated to release on November 28th; Onir's SORRY BHAI is a fun, holiday romance film. It tackles the concept of forbidden love in a progressive contemporary manner. This film depicts unique situations and emotions of a family in a light hearted way, which makes it a feelgood watch. It is the first Hindi film to be released by Mumbai Mantra, a Company sponsored Mahindra Group.
Having played the parents in HONEYMOON TRAVELS PVT. LTD they have gracefully justified their characters and are again set to attain praises for the second time as well. Shabana Azmi and Boman Irani are playing a fun loving couple yet again in this film.
Shabana says, ''Parents are an integral part of a family and are always there for their children.'' She adds that while playing her character she was reminded of her childhood and about her mother too. ''I am really thankful to Onir for giving me such a beautiful character. Also, it was great to work with Boman again and I enjoyed playing mother to Sanjay and Sharman,'' quips Shabana.
Boman believes playing a father has further added a unique dimension to his acting skills and to this view agrees Shabana as well who is playing a mother in this movie.
They are looking beautiful couple onscreen and exude immense humbleness too. Even in HONEYMOON TRAVELS they had done a terrific job and people had praised them for their efforts. Both actors firmly believe that every role has unique charisma to it. So being a parent also gives us an opportunity to relieve our memories.
Boman Tells, ''It was a really beautiful tour altogether in SORRY BHAI. It has been a very potential character for me and I am sure that people will accept us happily as they have done previously. I hope audiences enjoy the punch that my character offers to the film.''
Shabana also praises Onir for coming out with such a beautiful concept and thinks that this movie will do an outstanding job once it hits the theatres on November 28,. ''It's a really different concept and I am sure that the audience would definitely praise the film,'' adds Shabana.