Director: Imran Rasheed | Hindi / Comedy / 100 mins

A rich eccentric octogenarian is living a luxurious and flamboyant life when he is swept off his feet by a beautiful young girl in his neighborhood, who incidentally is also the love interest of his son. Meer Sahab falls for the young daughter of his neighbor, Sheikh Inaayatullah, but his son, Tabish, is also in love with the same girl (Suraiya) and wants to marry her. Sheikh Sahab on the other hand wants to get Suraiya married to a dynamic and charming young writer, Shaukat, who is an acquaintance of both Meer Sahab & Sheikh Sahab. Shaukat is a well-wisher of Meer Sahab who wants him to stop splurging his wealth on his tawaif (Heera & Gulab) and return to his good old days. Meer Sahab wants Shaukat to convince Sheikh that he is a great prospect for his daughter while Sheikh wants Shaukat to counter Meer Sahab’s advances and teach him a lesson. As a result, Shaukat is embroiled in an unwanted sticky situation and all this leads to major confusion, misunderstanding, jealousy and an utterly hilarious series of events!

Cast: Imran Rasheed as Meer Sahab, Pawan Uttam, Farruk Sayer as Chilla, Raghav Dutt as Tabish, Idrak Hashmat as Puttan, Muzammil Qureshi as Shekh, Nitin Bharadwaj, Swapnil Shrirao as Julf, Sarika Singh, Nishi Doshi as Suraiya, Trisha Kale, Rukhsar Rehman as Heera, Akriti Singh, Parvati Nirban as Gulab. Light Design: Hidayat Sami Light Operation: Nitin Bharadwaj Sound Design: Gopal Dutt Music Operation: Swapnil Shrirao Set Design: Sunil Pandit Costume Design: Purva Naresh Poster Design: Gagan Riar

Imran Rasheed
Imran Rasheed is a Bachelor of Arts from Aligarh Muslim University. He has worked with eminent personalities like Nadira Babbar, Naseeruddin Shah, Makrand Deshpande, Sunil Shanbag, Atul Kumar, Atul Tiwari, V.K. Sharma, Akarsh Khurana, Manav Kaul, Akaash Khurana, Purva Naresh, Gopal Tiwari, Sapan Saran and Trishala Patel as an actor, writer and director since the past 10 years in Mumbai. He has written and directed plays - Bade Miyan Diwaane, Pitras Ka Ras, Poora Ek Din, Roshnai ka Safar and Phir Se Shadi. He is co-writer of the play Namak Mirch. He has worked as an assistant to renowned director Bejoy Nambiar in the film Shaitan. Imran has worked as additional screenplay writer in film David. He has directed a short film Laxmi. Also acted in short film Blouse, Haircut and Joota.

He has worked in the Hindi films of renowned directors like Anurag Kashyap, Bejoy Nambiar, Makrand Deshpande, Anand Tiwari. The President Is Coming, Mamu Tension Nahi Lene ka, Bombay Talkies and Marathi film Saturday Sunday are a few films to name in which he has worked as an actor.