Moving away from Sai Paranjpye's tale of three friends, David Dhawanwill have a new tagline for the remake of “Chashm-e-Buddoor -- Kyunki har ekfriend kameena hota hai”.
Evidently, the tagline isinspired from a popular advertisement for a cellphone featuring youngsterscelebrating friendship. The decision to use the epithet 'kameena' in the tagline wastaken to highlight the mischievousness of the gang and also to markedlydifferentiate it from the more innocent friendships shown in the originalFarooque Shaikh, Rakesh Bedi and Ravi Baswani starrer which released in 1981.
A source close to the projectsaid, "David wanted to bring out the kameenapanof the gang. The three friends from the original “Chashm-e-Buddoor” would find it hard to recogniseSiddharth, Ali Zafar and Divyendu Sharma as their reincarnations. Unlike in theoriginal movie, these guys are seriously mean. David needed a line to describetheir genuinely malicious intentions."
Dhawan will also be shooting anadditional song to go with the tagline. The shooting of the film is on at themoment.
When contacted, Sai Paranjpyewho has not been too happy with the news of the remake, refused to comment onthe new twist to her old classic.