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Ittu Si Baat trailer: Bhupendra Jadawat, Gayatri Bharadwaj impress with their chemistry in this rom-com

Adnan Ali has directed the movie which is hitting the screens on June 17 

  • Thinkal Menon

Last Updated: 09.28 AM, Jun 01, 2022

Ittu Si Baat trailer: Bhupendra Jadawat, Gayatri Bharadwaj impress with their chemistry in this rom-com

A still from the film

The makers of Ittu Si Baat, which is set for a theatrical release on June 17, have unveiled its trailer. The two-and-a-half minute video provides a glimpse into the film's plot; the protagonist played by Bhupendra Jadawat sets out to make money through different means with the help of his friends to gift an iPhone to his girlfriend (Gayatri Bharadwaj) on her birthday.

How he lands up in various troubles forms the rest of the story. Rajan Sohani's vibrant visuals and Vishal Mishra's music stand out in the trailer which are complemented by the chemistry between lead actors. Dheerendra Gautam and Farida Jalal are others who essay prominent characters in the film.

Bhupendra Jadawat, who was seen in Class of '83 (streaming on Netflix) and Modern Love Mumbai (streaming on Amazon Prime Video), impresses with his funny expressions, while model-turned-actress Gayatri Bharadwaj makes her presence felt in the scenes she appears. She will be next seen opposite Ravi Teja in Tiger Nageswara Rao.

Ittu Si Baat has been directed by debutant Adnan Ali and jointly produced by filmmaker Laxman Utekar of Mimi (streaming on Netflix) and Luka Chupi (streaming on Netflix) fame, along with Narendra Hirawat of NH Studioz. Manish Pradhan has edited the movie which has screenplay by Kamal Shukla. The makers had released the project's motion poster earlier this month. The film, which has lyrics penned by Raj Shekhar, went on floors last year in Varanasi.  

Ittu Si Baat will have a box office clash with Sabbir Khan's Nikamma which has Abhimanyu Dassani, Shirley Setia, Shilpa Shetty, Abhimanyu Singh and Samir Soni playing lead roles in it. 

The film, bankrolled by Sony Pictures International Productions and Sabbir Khan Films, is the remake of Tollywood movie Middle Class Abbayi.