"We made a small budget film. T.P. Aggarwal (producer) saw the film and bought all India distribution rights of the film. He is distributing the film and the film has got a kind of validation now," Gulshan said Thursday at the music launch of the movie here.
"It is good that the film has got a passionate distributor like Aggarwal," he added.
Meanwhile, Aggarwal, who had produced "Policegiri", is all praise for the film.
"I watched the film and it is really a good film. You (audiences) will go mad laughing when you will watch the film," Aggarwal said. "If it had not been that good, then I might not have decided to release the film under my banner," he added.
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