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The cast and crew of the Gujarati film, “Hu Tu Tu Tu - Aavi Ramat Ni Rutu,” during the trailer launch in Ahmedabad, Gujarat.

Limelight Pictures’ maiden project, a Gujarati film, “Hu Tu Tu Tu - Aavi Ramat Ni Rutu,” directed by actress Shital Shah, will be released Jan. 1, 2016, according to a press release.

The film, which is also known to be the first Gujarati movie directed by a woman, tracks the lives of four youngsters, and revolves around relationships, ambitions and the twists of destiny.

The ensemble cast includes Shital Shah, Parth Oza, Shaina Shah, Raunaq Kamdar, Ankit Joshipura, Abhay Chandarana, Bhakti Kubavat and Aseem Parikh.

Kamlesh Bhadkamkar is the music director of the film and the songs have been sung by Parthiv Gohil, Avanti Patel and Vaishali Samant.

The music of the film, the rights of which have been acquired by SaReGaMa, will be available online soon.

Commenting on the launch of the trailer, writer-director Shital Shah said: “I am very excited to release the theatrical trailer of my first film and even happier that it is in Gujarati, my mother tongue.”

“We have tried to make a film we really believe in and gut feeling says that people are really going to enjoy it.”

“’Hu Tu Tu Tu’ for my entire team is not just a film, it has been a journey, full of learning, trials, ups, downs and happiness. We can’t wait to show the audience the film on the 1st of January and indeed wish them a happy New Year,” added Shah.

“Limelight Pictures has collaborated with many talents – each brilliant in its own creative field,” said the producer of the film, Hina Shah. “Limelight Pictures’ endeavor is to produce high quality cinema that is accepted and appreciated by audiences across the world. Its vision is to create a production house that can become an integral part of the entertainment business in India.”

Watch the "Hu Tu Tu Tu - Aavi Ramat Ni Rutu" trailer:

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