One of the most awaited films of the year you may not have heard of.
When debutant director Amit Masurkar's Sulemani Keeda, a slacker comedy about two struggling film writers in Mumbai, premiered at the Mumbai Film Festival last year, it was hailed by many as one of the top films to watch out for in 2014.
Ahead of its December 5 theatrical release, the film was recently screened for several celebrities at PVR in Juhu, a western Mumbai suburb.
A look at the arrivals:
Actress Amrita Rao, who makes a cameo in the film as herself, was one of the invited guests.
Lootera director Vikramaditya Motwane arrives with his photographer wife Ishika.
Aditi Vasudev, who plays a significant character in the film, was all smiles for the cameras.
From left to right: Producers of the film Sailesh Dave and Chaitanya Hegde pose for pictures with Motwane, co-producer Datta Dave, Mayank Tewari (one of the protagonists in the film), director Amit Masurkar and cast member Rukhsana Tabassum.
Cast member Razak Khan arrives.
Actress Rasika Duggal strikes a pose.
Ranvir Shorey, who was recently seen in Saif Ali Khan starrer Happy Ending, turned up to catch the show too.
Titli director Kanu Bahl was accompanied by his writer mother Navnindra Bahl.