MUMBAI—Film actor Shaad Randhawa, who made his Bollywood debut with Mohit Suri’s “Woh Lamhe” (2006) will be seen together with his cousin Vindu Dara Singh for the first time on stage. Randhawa is the son of Dara Singh’s younger brother Sardar Singh Randhawa.
Produced and directed by Yogesh Sanghvi under the banner of production house Variations, “Hello Darling” is a play which most married couples will co-relate with. It is a marital drama between a husband and wife.
Randhawa, who has acted in “Awarapan,” “Aashiqui 2,” “Ek Villain” and “Mastizaade” which fetched him accolades and critical appreciation, plays the lead in the hilarious drama. Vindu Dara Singh who is remembered as Titu in “Son Of Sardaar” too has an important role in the play. The “Bigg Boss 3” winner (2009) has featured in many films and TV series too.
The cousin duo, both seasoned actors, are expected to have the audience in splits with their comic timings. The play also has an ensemble of talented cast featuring Sheeba, Payal Goga Kapoor and Vibha Bhagat.
The message of “Hello Darling” is that a married couple should trust each other and should not be unfaithful, the makers have said.