The film Yahan Sabhi Gyani Hain came in the news when it was announced and the makers were busy shooting and completing things on time. But as they have completed things early, they have pulled the release date somewhere close from now. It will now release on 7th Feb 2020. However, the fact of the matter is the said date has too many films to release, yet the makers feel that it will not affect their movie as it falls on a different genre.
The film is made under the production banner of Ulterior Vision Productions Pvt.ltd and it will be produced with the association of the group The Future Films. It will have actors like Atul Srivatsav, Neeraj Sood and Apoorva Arora playing the pivotal roles in it. The movie has Siddhartha Sharma and Jyoti Sharma as the producers. Anant Narain Tripathi is the director of the film who has also given story and jotted down the dialogues for the same.
The screenplay is written by the director along with Jyoti Sharma the co-producer of the film. The film is currently in a promotion spree and it has some known faces in it who have worked with top bigwigs like Salman Khan, Akshay Kumar and Ayushmann Khurrana. Although as the lead actors this will be their first film in B Town. The other actors who would be seen in the film include Vineet Kumar, Gulista, Meena Naithani, Radhey Shyam Dixit, Shashi Ranjan and Manju Gupta who all would be seen in the key roles.
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