CHILLAR PARTY is tribute to Salman's attitude

glamsham.com editorial
5 July 2011
CHILLAR PARTY is tribute to Salman's attitude

Ruhail Amin, Glamsham Editorial

Salman Khan's first production venture is a tribute to the actor's real life attitude. These words are from none other than the director of the film Vikas Bahl.

Talking about the film, the director says, "I have to thank Sohail Khan for making his family watch the film. This film captures Salman's attitude through its narrative of spontaneity, innocence and irreverence. In every way this film is a tribute to Salman's real life style and attitude. When Salman saw this film he didn't have to take time to be part of the project after realizing how much of himself he saw in the film."

CHILLAR PARTY narrates the story about a bunch of kids and their idea of friendship for which they are ready to go to any extent. The film tries to underline how innocence is all about fearlessness and how as grown-ups we gradually become manipulative. The film is set to hit the theatres on the 8th of July 2011.


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