Shakal Pe Mat Ja
|Producer||Deepa Sahi, Aanand Mahendroo|
| Music||Salim Merchant, Sulaiman Merchant, Nitin Kumar Gupta, Yo Yo Honey Singh|
| Lyrics||Shraddha Pandit, Shubh, Yo Yo Honey Singh|
| Release Date||18-Nov-2011|
| Cast||Shubh, Pratik Katare, Saurabh Shukla, Raghuveer Yadav, Aamna Shariff, Zakir Hussain, Mushtaq Khan, Joy Sengupta, Aditya Lakhia, Chitrak Bandhopadyay, Harshal Parekh, Umang Jain, Pradeep Kabra, Rajkumar Kanojia|
About Story :- The story of ‘Shakal Pe Mat Ja’ is about four boys who exactly after a year after the attack on the World Trade Centre in New York, get caught up as suspects at the Delhi international airport, on a high alert day. They get caught while capturing an American Airlines aircraft landing on their camera, which they claim to have shot for a documentary that they are making. but their destiny had something else in store for them.
But the CISF is not satisfied with their reasons and their looks are also anti terrorist. But because of their look these simple innocent guys face this trouble. After all someone has rightly said that looks are deceptive.
Shubh plays one of the boys, the others being played by Chitrak, Pratik and Harsh. The film also stars Saurabh Shukla, Raghubir Yadav, Aamna Sharif and Umang Jain. The music has been composed by Salim-Sulaiman which is quite thematic
Movie Review:-Do not get deceived by the modest face-value ofShakal Pe Mat Ja assuming it to be of the low-on-star value but high-on-humour quotient varieties. The film starts as a seeming spin-off on last year's cult-comedy Tere Bin Laden but ends up being a commotional comedy-of-errors.
Trying to be on the lines of movies like Tere Bin Laden, Delhi Belly and Udaan, SPMJ is the story of four friends who get together to make a documentary in order to “prove themselves” to their parents, and in the process get mistaken for terrorists. Ankit Sharma (Shubh Mukherjee), his brother Dhruv (Prateek Katare), Rohan (Chitrak Bandhopadhyay) and Bulai (Harsh Parekh), after being frustrated by their lives in general, decide to make a short film on terrorism, especially the 9/11 event. In order to make their film perfect they need that just one shot of the airplane which leads them to the Delhi International airport. Some confusion with the security officials leads the security lead (Raghubir Yadav) and ATS officer (Saurabh Shukla) to believe that these four aimless youngsters are in fact hard-core terrorists. Amidst this, Mr Omama (yeah, he is supposed to be inspired by Osama) and his Al-Bakaida group have actually planned to blow up a plane which adds more to the confusion.