B'Towners grace special screening of Toilet: Ek Prem Katha

B'Towners grace special screening of Toilet: Ek Prem Katha

The film not only preaches through melodrama and dialogue baazi, but it also succeeds in blaming women and absolving the government of the lack of toilets in India.

Second, Keshav stalks Jaya into falling in love with him, going to the extent of photographing her without her permission and using her picture in posters for his shop, again without her say-so. We are talking about the mindset, culture and thought process of certain section of people in the film.

Producer of the film and co-owner of KriArj Entertainment, Prernaa Arora was receiving the guests on the red carpet and bracing them for the film that in right words, is a revolution! Also, the movie is Co-produced by Akshay Kumar and Neeraj Pandey.

Neither Keshav nor his younger brother Naru (Divyendu) can open their mouths in front of their strict father, who takes after his autocratic mother Dadi (Shubha Khote). In spite of its constipated second half and sluggish approach, the movie has its witty, satirical moments, terrific performances that entertain to the core and at least hint towards the open "shit' that nearly 54 percent of our proud digital India witnesses daily".

Maybe the first half, if you have nothing better to do. OK we know all that as the citizens of the country, but it just goes above the mind, when shown repeatedly in this film.

TEPK is a very unusual Hindi film. It is different concept as nothing like this has done before.

The film ran into controversy earlier when Praveen Vyas, a filmmaker had sent legal notice to the makers. Clash with latest Hollywood movies is expected to hinder the business of 'TEPK' in the overseas market. I have heard lot of things about this film. The stars had posted amusing videos and had sent Akshay and Bhumi best wishes on Twitter.

The film is directed by Shree Narayan Singh who is better known for editorial work in Baby, MS Dhoni, A Wednesday and most importantly, Special 26, film after which Akshay's new taste of doing movies came in public.

The film deals with the issue of open defecation in India with 58% of Indian facing the problem.

Kriti Sanon - I loved the trailer of this film. Weakness of a good presentation and careless attitude in storytelling can lead to a result like this.

The Toilet - Ek Prem Katha movie was based on Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Swachha Bharat Abhiyan, a campaign which is introduced for cleanliness in India.

Toilet: Ek Prem Katha, starring Akshay Kumar and Bhumi Pednekar, finally hits the screens today.

It is here that Siddharth-Garima and director-editor Singh both go a shade off the track.

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