Jackie Shroff and Neena Gupta play a middle aged kinky couple in Khujli.

01 . Apr . 2017
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This April Fool’s day, Terribly Tiny Talkies will explore the sexual fantasies of a couple married for over two decades. What’s more is the Indian audience will watch Jackie Shroff and Neena Gupta in a role play repartee not just in words but also in action.

Sharanya Rajgopal, Chief Writer and Creative Producer at TTT, says “Khujli” is a different story that had not been explored by the platform before. “The monotony of a middle-aged couple’s life taking a risqué turn is what drew us in. The entire process of making this film has been a riot. Think about it, it could happen to any couple around us behind closed doors.”

This film will run into over fifteen minutes and is directed by Sonam Nair, the director of Gippi who also is making a sex comedy under the banner of Dharma Productions probably has her way with sex and humour mixed in the right dosage.

“Right from the early stages of exploring this premise to roping in Jackie Shroff and Neena Gupta to finally executing Sonam’s insane vision — this is one journey that we will remember for a very long time. This film is bold, funny and unique,” Rajgopal added.

Neena Gupta, a national award winning actor and director looks excited to try on Sonam Nair’s pair of handcuffs for her latest.

“Shooting for ‘Khujli’ was as much fun as reading its script. When actors have enjoyed the process of doing the film so much, I am sure the audience would enjoy it too. It was a great experience,” Neena Gupta said.

Jackie Shroff, the charmer across generations will be back after a while to woo us in Khujli. This time though he is playing a non-glam middle aged husband. We’re sure Jackie will leave us smitten despite.

“‘Khujli’ is a light-hearted film. I loved the story and the way Sonam Nair (director) narrated it. I really enjoyed working with the team of TTT,” Jackie said in a statement.

“When your director holds a whip in her hands, it becomes easy for an actor to be kinky.” Jaggu Dada says about the steamy scenes in the short.

Chintan Ruparel, Co-founder & Chief Creative Officer, Terribly Tiny Talkies says “We’ve always found immense joy in discovering great talent that can’t wait to make its mark. While we’re always open to working with all kinds of filmmakers, known or new, we believe its voices like Sonam who really need to be seen and heard by more people out there. We’re happy to be around and backing them when they’re the hungriest. With this film, we also unleash our wacky side, something that’s been coming for long now.”