Celebrities Attend Special Screening of 'O Teri' [PHOTOS]
March 27, 2014 8:48 PM EST
Celebrities Attend Special Screening of 'Oh Teri' [PHOTOS]
The special screening of Bollywood's much awaited film "O Teri", which releases this Friday, was held at Lightbox on 27 March.
The do was attended by many celebrities including Amrita Arora, Arbaaz Khan, David Dhawan, Bhushan Kumar, Nikhil Dwivedi, Annu Dewan, and Seema Khan.
The film is said to be a comedy about two reporters who come across some shocking scam. "O Teri" features Pulkit Samrat, Bilal Amrohi and Sarah-Jane Dias in lead roles and Anupam Kher, Mandira Bedi, Sarah Loren, Vijay Raaz and Manoj Pahwa in pivotal roles.
Bollywood super star Salman Khan is also doing a cameo in the film.
"O Teri" has been produced by Atul Agnihotri and is directed by Umesh Bisht.
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