Gauhar Khan once again in the headlines, these interesting stories occurred in Mumbai's black-yellow taxis

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Hindi cinema sensation Gauhar Khan is once again in the headlines, but this time with a new film of his own. Gauhar's film is included in that unique filmavali (film anthology), named Kali Yellow Tales. There are a total of six stories in the film industry and a dozen other big stars of Hindi cinema have also come together with Gauhar Khan to play these six stories onscreen.



According to the information, Adeeb Rais, who directed the short films Shabana Azmi starrer 'Aunty Ji', Supriya Pilgaonkar and Shivani Raghuvanshi starrer 'Baatein', Neena Kulkarni and Aayesh Channa starrer 'Burial' and popular web series Joa Morani starrer 'Ye Crazy Dil' This time it has decided to present six stories together as a film festival. Adeeb has also written these six stories himself.


Apart from Gauri Khan, veteran actors in these six films are on screen, including names like Vinay Pathak, Soni Razdan, Gauhar Khan, Sayani Gupta, Manvi Gagru, Sharib Hashmi, Hussain Dalal, Priyanshu Pauli, Sadia Siddiqui and Tanmay Dhananya is. The series titled 'Kali Yellow Tales' captures the essence of love, relationships, and life in Mumbai as well as sensitive issues like infidelity, open marriage, homosexuality, commitment phobia, and divorce.

Adib Rais says of this, "Each of these films is very close to my heart. The strings of these stories are also connected to a black-yellow taxi known as Mumbai. It is a metaphor for the journey of life and Each of these six films serves as a general formula. "

Adeeb is also very grateful to the actors who worked in these films. She says "I have a personal equation with all of them. And that is what helped me to tell every story of this film story honestly. All these actors were very helpful and I will always be indebted to their behavior. Yes, Sometimes it was a matter of dates or some other things, but there was some form of talk. The work of these films is in the final stages and I am sure that people will like these stories very much. "