The national award winning director Subhash Kapoor's next, 'Guddu Rangeela' is about two miscreants who land up biting more than they can chew and get into a big mess.
A source close to the film reveals, "The two characters are vibrant, they are full of life and take each day as it comes to them. They run a village band called the 'Guddu Rangeela' Orchestra Party and try and make their living by singing quirky songs that entertain the masses.
To build on the quirkiness of the characters, Subhash gave them two long jackets that they wear while performing on stage - Guddu wears a long coat that says 'Being Hanuman' and Arshad wears one saying 'After Whisky I'm Risky'! They crack jokes, sing songs and do dance routines that bring the event alive."
Subhash further says, "Guddu Rangeela is my tribute to the iconic jodis of bollywood like Jai-Veeru, Ram-Lakhan, Karan-Arjun etc. They are two loveble, funny and quirky underdogs. They are simple and vulnerable but very intense and gutsy when required."
'Guddu Rangeela' starring Arshad Warsi, Amit Sadh, Aditi Rao Hydari and Ronit Roy, is slated to release on 3rd July.