Mumbai: Rekindle your friendships once again as &pictures presents the premiere of ‘Uunchai’, an inspiring story of three friends and their thrilling yet meaningful journey. Starring legends of Bollywood like Amitabh Bachchan, Anupam Kher, Boman Irani, Neena Gupta, Sarika Thakur, and the talented Parineeti Chopra, this movie enjoys a spectacular cast. Stemming from the legendary tree of Rajshri Productions and directed by Sooraj Barjatya, this film celebrates its 75th year of family-friendly content, reuniting you by stitching your family together for this heart-warming story. While showcasing top-tier friendship and deep bonds, this story revolves around the trio and their thrilling experience of going on an adventure trek to Mount Everest despite their aging bodies, breaking all odds, and showcasing top-notch friendship. With its perfect blend of emotions, entertainment, and determination, this film fighting all odds is the right fit for your Sunday brunch on 27 August at 11.30 a.m. only on &pictures.
Perfecting the wholesome experience, this adventure drama follows a track called Keti Ko by Amit Trivedi that brings back Bollywood’s true essence of friendship and love which turned out to be a fan favourite with over 30 million views. The track has truly elevated the narrative of the trio trekking to the top of Mount Everest. Join us on &pictures to know if our trio will reach the top as this adventurous trek turns into a life-changing journey teaching us the true meaning of friendship.
While addressing the & Pictures premiere, Barjatya said “Uunchai will forever remain my most prized possessions. With this film, I reintroduced myself and the cinema I love, to the audiences once again and I must say it felt great to be back. Celebrating love, friendship, and family is what we do here at Rajshri, and being able to tribute this film to the 75th year of Rajshri’s history of films, brings me a lot of joy. Adding to the excitement, is the & Pictures 10th birthday as well, I deeply wish them all the best for their success.”