The youth-centric rom-com Sadda Adda that is all set to release on January 13 is not just a take on the rock anthem of Ranbir Kapoor's film 'Rockstar'.
This slice of life film is set in Delhi, and revolves around the lives of six boys from different states who come together to share a two-BHK apartment in a middle class colony, that they lovingly call Sadda Adda. The film goes on to explore subjects such as camaraderie and self-belief.
The storyline traces the crests and the troughs that shape these boys into the men they will become in the future as film writer Muazzem Beg points out, "Boys will not always be boys."
Rajiv R Agarwal from Rajtaru Studios says, "It's a special occasion for us as the company is about to release its first film." Tarun R Agarwal from the studio points out, "I think that the audience will be able to connect with the characters. You can see glimpses of real life on the screen in the film. Ramesh B Agarwal says, "Sadda Adda is like a fresh breeze, it has a lot of vibrancy in it with a bunch of new faces."
The theatrical promo had been released with Rockstar and it has got fantastic response. The film is written and directed by Muazzam Beg and stars Karanvir Sharma, Bhaumik Sampat, Rohin Robert, Rohit Arora, Kunal Pant and Parimal Aloke, Shaurya Chauhan and Kahkkashan Aryan.