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    Default PAYING GUESTS' climax : a riot of sorts

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    So often we see a good film going kaput due to a terrible climax. Whether it is a suspense flick or a full on comedy affair, there have been numerous instances when a film has fallen flat because the writer and director couldn't deliver that final punch during the concluding moments. However, if the makers of PAYING GUESTS are to believed, that won't be the case with this laughaton which is a multi starrer in it's own right, what with as many as five on-screen couples arriving on screen.

    Confirms a course attached to the film, ''The climax is the highlight of PAYING GUESTS. The movie had come out brilliantly and if the written material was a rage, then what you would see on screen has surpassed even that. Actors like Shreyas Talpade and Javed Jaffrey have been known for their comic timing and they have got it on full display in PAYING GUESTS.''

    Though she is not willing to reveal much about how the film's climax unfolds, she hints that it would be a riot of sorts, what with PAYING GUESTS boasting of such an enormous star cast.

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    ''In spite of such a huge number of actors who would be seen on a common frame, there is a definite space for anyone and everyone'', adds the source, ''Haven't we seen that in DHAMAAL earlier, which was written by Paritossh Painter himself, who is now making his directorial debut with PAYING GUESTS? We are just waiting for the strike to be off and once that happens, we would become really aggressive with the promotion of the film. It has come out really well and is a complete laugh affair, especially during the climax.''

    A film that features Shreyas and Javed playing women for most duration, PAYING GUESTS also features Aashish Chaudhary, Vatsal Sheth, Neha Dhupia, Celina Jaitley, Riya Sen and Sayali Bhagat along with Johney Lever and Delnaz Paul. A Subhash Ghai production, the film has music by Sajid-Wajid.



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