Shruti Haasan looks pretty, but debutant Girish Kumar still plays hide and seek
Looks like Bollywood is gearing up for a glitzy debut of another producer’s son – Girish Kumar, son of Tips honcho Kumar Taurani. And Girish’s launch vehicle Ramaiya Vasta Vaiya releases this June. Don’t know why, but it brings back memories of Jackky Bhagnani’s debut! But with this project, which is being directed by Prabhu Deva, we feel Girish is in safe hands and won’t need a second or third ‘debut’ or ‘relaunch’ to establish himself!
In the posters of the movie, we see Shruti Haasan as a bubbly Punjabi mundi, smiling with the lush green fields forming the backdrop, reminding us of Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge. The lead actor, who is trying not to overexpose himself, is seen jumping over a fence but his face is almost half hidden.
The movie, which borrows its name from the popular song from the 1955 movie Shree 420, is a remake of Prabhu Deva’s 2006 directorial debut, Nuvvostanante Nenoddantana. The movie shows Girish as an NRI visiting Punjab where he falls head over heels in love with Shruti Haasan. However, her brother played by Sonu Sood challenges him to sow his own field and get a greater yield. The city slicker Girish takes on the challenge, and the troubles he faces along the way make for the crux of the film’s story.
Also, only a few days ago, we saw a few papparazi pictures of Girish trying to hide his pretty face from the cameras. Well, you can check out his pretty mug here in the posters!