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Trailer of 'Kaun Kitne Paani Mein' released, and it's hilarious!
Cinema is the reflection of the society and some directors understand it really well. Nila Madhab Panda – the director of 'I Am Kalam,' is all set to address the 'water scarcity' issue in a most satirical way, through her upcoming film: Kaun Kitne Paani Mein. Starring Kunal Kapoor, Radhika Apte, Saurabh Shukla and Gulshan Grover in the lead roles, the film looks promising and fun to watch.

The plot on which the film is based is unique and enticing. The 2:33 minute long trailer of the satirical movie starts with Saurabh Shukla - the king of a village, which he is trying to auction. However, his efforts result in futility, as the village has no water! Shukla finds it hard to maintain his old extravagant lifestyle due to lack of money. Finally, he puts in all his efforts to strike a deal with some foreigners to sell his village, but scarcity of water once again comes as a hurdle in his way.

The village is partitioned into two parts on the basis of caste and money. While half of the village has no water at all, the other half, which is divided by a wall and reigned by Gulshan Grover, has abundant water supply, which is sufficient for both parts of the village. Ultimately, in order to get access to water for his part of the village, Shukla gets his son (played by Kunal Kapoor) to chase Grover's daughter (played by Radhika Apte). The film has may hilarious twists and turns and promises an entertainment ride for viewers.

Besides the water issue, a few glimpses of other societal issues are also depicted in the film. It shows the changes in hierarchy, caste and power, when there is scarcity of water - the most important resource for sustainability. Spontaneous one-liners and the impeccable comic timing of Saurabh Shukla makes the trailer even more hilarious. The film is expected to hit the theaters later this year.

Here is a trailer of the comedy drama:

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