Comedy films seem to be the new flavour of the season, feels actors of the movie 'Paying Guests'.
After 'Yuvvaraj' failed at the box-office, Subhash Ghai, who is trying his hand on comedy films, feels that, his up-coming movie 'Paying Guests' will surely be appreciated and loved by all. Ghai, whose production house Mukta Arts has produced successful films like 'Aitraaz' and 'Iqbal' among others, believes that people want to see comedy movies now.
"They want to leave behind all their worries and have fun," he said.
"People want to watch comedy film because they want to keep aside all their problems and worries aside and want to have fun when they watch a movie," actor Shreyas Talpade said.
It is challenging to play a role in comedy movies the actors have to make sure that even the way they walk, they talk, their body language and several other small things should be kept in mind. The audiences should have laughing tears in their eyes, said actor Javed Jafferi. 'Paying Guest' is based on a humorous play which ran for two years in the US, Britan and the UAE, Ghai said, adding that, "for a moment I can predict that 'Paying Guests' will be a blockbuster film."
The music of the movie was launched today and if the on-going tussle between the producers and multiplex is resolved soon then the movie is likely to be released in the month of June.