Agra, April 10: "Love You Crazy Girl," a Hindi film produced by Agra's Ranjit Sama and shot extensively in the Taj city, will hit 300 theatres Friday.
Confirming this Wednesday evening, Sama said his film focuses on the life of youngsters, homosexuality and ills of modern lifestyle, shortcuts to success and illegal ways to make money.
Shakti Kapoor, Mohan Joshi, Zareena Wahab have important roles in the film, while Agra's Nikita Sharma, who has acted in popular TV serial "Uttaran", is the movie's heroine.
The film has a titillating number "Kahte hain log mujhe Katto Kateeli". Its lyrics are penned by Agra-based poet Sanjay Dube. Chanchal Upadhyaya, a popular singer based here, acts as Shakti Kapoor's assistant in the film.
Sama told IANS: "I earlier made 'Jai Karauli Ma', which was a success. After 'Love You Crazy Girl', I will start working on 'Braj Ki Radha, Dwarika Ke Shyam'."
Sama said the USP of his latest film is "music, two item numbers in particular, one western and the other is totally desi".
"For the first time I have experimented with four music directors for six songs. They bring freshness and variety," Sama said.
He believes luck plays an important part in the film's success, and "going by the initial response", he said: "I have little doubt that this film will do well in the commercial circuit."
Sama's earlier film "Jai Karauli Ma", made 24 years ago completed its silver jubilee in three cities and ran for 100 days in Kolkata, Jaipur and Agra.