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Yaara Silly Silly

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Directed by  Subhash Sehgal
Music by  Ankit Tiwari
Written by  Rajeev Yogendranath
Cinematography  Akash Agarwal
Produced by  Reena Bhushan Suri, Neena Subhash Sehgal
Starring  Paoli Dam Parambrata Chatterjee Vidya Malvade Eva Grover Parth Suri

Yaara Silly Silly is a romantic film directed by Subhash Sehgal which portrays a two-night relationship between a so-called twin soul.



  • Parambrata Chatterjee- Soumitro Roy a.k.a. Sammy
  • Paoli Dam- Mallika a.k.a. Devanshi S. Roy
  • Vidya Malvade - Akshara, Soumitro's ex-wife in a special appearance
  • Parth Suri
  • Eva Grover in a special appearance
  • Zafar Dhillon
  • Falguni Rajani
  • Ajay Jaiswal
  • Santosh PAC
  • Bhushan Suri in a special appearance
  • Deepak Mehta
  • Tanya Mehta
  • Sana Khan
  • Pranay Joshi
  • Twinkle Gupta
  • Karan Pahwa
  • Reem
  • Manish Raj
  • Gauri Sharma
  • Jeetu
  • Mohna Banerjee
  • Swatik Ghule
  • Sparsh Tak
  • Sukhvinder
  • Plot

    A sex worker and her client meet each other again after having spent a night together before. Through a journey, they discover each other and a relationship that change their lives forever. A night with Soumitra Roy aka Sammy (Parambrata Chatterjee) changes the life of a call-girl named Mallika (Paoli Dam). The question arises as to whether they are each other's twin souls which isn't quite the same thing as soulmates. Soumitra accidentally lands up at Mallika's place of work to spend the night with her due to the insistence of his two friends that he should gain some experience. Numerous hilarious scenes follow after which the couple enjoy a refreshing outing together during the night. The couple then incidentally meets up again after five years during a train journey from Mumbai to New Delhi where those fond memories are rekindled and their romance blossoms. Mallika (now name changed to Devanshi S. Roy) misses her train to Kota, where she had opened a home for the under-privileged girls after leaving her brothel job at Mumbai. She boards the next train viz. Sampark Kranti Express to Delhi and bumps into Soumitro, who is going to New Delhi. Incidentally, they travel in the same coupe in AC First Class in the train and reminisce their earlier moments. She is a much changed woman now after the rustic and vulgar sounding brothel girl. This was possible due to her meeting Sammy, who brought about a total change in her. He said that he is married to Akshara (Vidya Malvade) and she stays in Delhi and is an aspiring Municipal Corporator. When they reach Delhi, Devanshi alights and goes missing. Sammy tries hard to search for her at the railway platform but fails to do so. In fact, he liked Devanshi and wanted to settle down with her but she thought that she would intrude into his married life, whereas Sammy had actually separated from Akshara two years ago, which he did not inform Devanshi during the train journey. Now they were just friends and not a couple. Sammy came in contact with his twin soul but lost her out forever.


    The music for the film is composed by Ankit Tiwari. All the songs have been penned by Sandeep Nath. The music rights for the film have been acquired by Zee Music Company. The music was released on 5 October 2015. The first song "Sathia" is a composition by Ankit Tiwari. The song "Sathia" features the soulful voice of Ankit Tiwari and Mehak Suri. The other singers are Shadab Faridi, Nandini Srikar and Neeti Mohan.


    On 21 September 2015, the poster was released on Twitter by Taran Adarsh, an Indian film critic, journalist, editor and Bollywood film trade analyst. The trailer of the film was released on 25 September 2015 on by Zee Music Company featuring Paoli Dam and Parambrata Chatterjee.


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