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Bey Yaar (2014)

In the desperation to earn quick money, two best friends put their moral values at stake and end up losing their pride and dignity. They then choose a wrong path to set things right and snatch back what was rightfully theirs.

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Abhishek Jain
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Cast

Credited cast:
Darshan Jariwala ... Jeetu Bhatt
Manoj Joshi ... Y B Gandhi
Aarti Patel Aarti Patel ... Jyotsna Bhatt
Amit Mistry Amit Mistry ... Prabodh Gupta
Kavin Dave Kavin Dave ... Uday Faujdar
Divyang Thakkar Divyang Thakkar ... Chintan
Pratik Gandhi Pratik Gandhi ... Tapan (as Prateek Gandhi)
Samvedna Suwalka Samvedna Suwalka ... Jigisha
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Sonal Ambani Sonal Ambani ... Guest 1
Hardik Aswani Hardik Aswani ... Ashwin
Prashant Barot Prashant Barot ... Gujarati Film Director
Karteik Bhatt Karteik Bhatt ... Ramnikbhai
Hari Brahmbhatt Hari Brahmbhatt ... Student
Subhash Brahmbhatt Subhash Brahmbhatt ... Kanakiya
Hemang Dave Hemang Dave ... Jhala
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In the desperation to earn quick money, two best friends put their moral values at stake and end up losing their pride and dignity. They then choose a wrong path to set things right and snatch back what was rightfully theirs.

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Country:

India

Language:

Gujarati

Release Date:

29 August 2014 (India) See more »

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Budget:

INR 20,000,000 (estimated)
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CineMan Productions See more »
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Color (HD)| Color

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2.35 : 1
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The several parts of film was shot at sets erected at Gujarat College in Ahmedabad. See more »

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Bey Yaar - Fine Writing, Editing, Story Telling and Direction !!
13 September 2014 | by mitesh-234See all my reviews

The movie is about two guy wanted to make it big. You will find these guys in any city of India with the dreams of Big house in famous area and club membership.

The essence of the movie was the local touch of Gujarati essence like Chintan (Chako), Tapan (Tapo) or Jigi. Every Gujju know how their name becomes like this !!!

Brilliant writing, editing & some place great direction scene.

Some special moment of visual ( when Chako & Tapo talks on phone and background has the half part of their photo respective)

or to show the what exactly the Art is, with brilliance of Darshan Jariwala who explain the Art where is there is discussion about Modern Art and then directional acumen when the center point of movie the Painting is shown with silhouette of Darshan Jariwal or Divyang Chako character explain the situation in Gujarati to foreigner.

In End Great work Abhishek Jain with story telling, music, editing and writing.

Cheers !!!


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