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Bollywood is really going through a bad phase. Big budget movies shattering out and only a few selected low budgets being able to swim across to shores. Oops! is one more movie in this category.

Deepak Tijori (who has always played the 2nd lead) now leads the film from behind the camera and debuts himself as a director and writer with this Oops. Tijori Films, venture of Deepak Tijori produces the movie. Music is by Ravi Pawar and lyrics are by Ajay Jhingran.

The movie introduces 3 new youngster in the lead role.. Kiran Janjani, Vikas Sethi & Adyahsa. Oops! is a film based on background dancers in Bollywood but yet go unnoticed. Three friends Jahaan, Akaash and Nikki are three friends who share one passion - dancing and take up the profession as background dancers in films.

Jahaan comes from lower middle class background, a guy living with his dipsomaniac father and aspires to be rich and powerful.

Akaash is a rich heir and a dancer by choice.

Nikki is a middle class girl in love with Jahaan, but is not sure of Jahaan's fundas of life work.

The three are busy performing as dancers in films and corporate shows till a very lucrative proposal comes their way from a film star - Sonia (Mink). She invites Jahaan to perform for a strip show. Yearning to be rich and not wither out as a mere dancer, Jahaan instantly takes up the offer to be a male stripper. After a little cajoling, Aakash agrees to accompany Jahaan and both perform their first ever strip show despite Nikki's discomfort.

Aakash opts out of doing more strip shows, Nikki is disillusioned by the way Jahaan has started behaving and Jahaan is crazily in love with his image as Casanova.

And this is where the journey to stardom begins for Jahaan... In his want and greed to be with the people of power and position in society, Jahaan and the rest land up in a situation, which is "Oops!"

Whether Dipak Tijori can captain the ship safely to shore is to be seen, when the movie releases. The film is being readied for a an early july release.

- editorial

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