Director: Raja Menon; Writer: Raj Kumar Gupta, Raja Menon; Producer: Giulia Achilli, Raja Menon, Nirva Patel, Paresh Patel, Raj Yerasi; Cinematographer: Priya Seth; Editor: Hemanti Sarkar; Cast: Naseeruddin Shah, Vijay Raaz, Arjun Mathur, Violante Placido, Tannishtha Chatterjee, Jayati Bhatia, Mahabanoo Mody-Kotwal, Benjamin Gilani
Duration: 01:35:00; Aspect Ratio: 1.778:1; Hue: 22.674; Saturation: 0.033; Lightness: 0.260; Volume: 0.206; Cuts per Minute: 7.378; Words per Minute: 55.193
Summary: Barah Aana is a comedy of real life, set in today's Mumbai. The story revolves around three unlikely friends: a driver (Shukla), a watchman (Yadav), and a waiter (Aman). The driver is an older man, stoic but dependable. The watchman, in his 30s, is a pushover at work but otherwise mischievous. The waiter is a young, swaggering chap, brimming with ambition. Living together, their differing attitudes spark playful banter. At some point, misfortune befalls the watchman and, due to a series of chance events, he stumbles into a crime. Striking upon a seemingly low-risk way to make good money, and discovering a new sense of self-confidence, he tries to entice the others to join him in a series of such crimes. Cat and mouse games ensue between the three as personalities change, but events soon spiral out of control, leading them in a direction none of them had wanted to take... Featuring a talented ensemble cast, Barah Aana is based on an original script. The running time is 97 minutes.