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Bey Yaar

Bey Yaar

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Bey Yaar

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Information About Bey Yaar

Release Date
29 AUGUST 2014

Comedy, Drama

150 min

Directed by
Abhishek Jain

Written By
Bhavesh Mandalia
Niren Bhatt

Produced by
Nayan Jain

Bey Yaar is one of the early days Urban Gujarati movies released in the year of 2015. This contemporary movie is directed by Abhishek Jain. It is all about the friendship of two friends Devang Thakkar & Pratik Gandhi. The film Bey Yaar also stars Manoj Joshi, Darshan Jariwala and Amit Mistry. Bey Yaar is amongst the few movies of Gujarati Cinema released recently and successfully completed 50 weeks in theatres. This film is also screen at New York Indian Film Festival. Bey Yaar is the first Gujarati movie to acclaimed that title. Also the earnings and box office collection of the movie is good.

The Gujarati movie Bey Yaar plays around two childhood friends Chako and Tino. Chako’s character is played by Divyang Thakkar while Tino is played by Pratik Gandhi. Both aspired to become rich by investing in real estate business. And they found one investment scheme at the Nal Sarovar location near Ahmedabad. They have been falsely promised by Godman to get triple the profit through this investment. However, the Godman turns out to be a fraud and caught up by police. As a result of this fraud, two friends of the movie Bey Yaar lost nearly 2 lakh rupees.

Then comes the second plot of this movie Bey Yaar which includes Jeetubhai, a character played by Darshan Jariwala who runs a local tea stall in the city area and father of Chako. Jeetubhai seems to be a close friend of great artist MF Hassan, (character motivated by MF Hussain) and Hassan gifted him a painting which he showcased at his tea stall. This brings a twist as Tino comes up with an idea of replacing the original costly painting with a duplicate one and mortgage original for quick cash. Chako initially hesitant but agreed later on and with the help of friend Uday they replace the original painting.  

They mortgage the painting to local art dealer YB Gandhi which turns out to be a fraud. After few days he called Chako that the painting is not original and someone also tries to sell the same to another art dealer. He also convinced Chako that either Tino dubbed him or his father lying about the painting. On knowing the truth that Gandhi is a fraud, Chako and Tino make a plan to get his painting back and also the reputation of his father.

Darshan Jariwala as Jeetu Bhatt

Manoj Joshi as Y B Gandhi

Aarti Patel as Jyotsna Bhatt

Amit Mistry as Prabodh Gupta

Kavin Dave as Uday Faujdar

Divyang Thakkar as Chintan

Pratik Gandhi as Tapan

Samvedna Suwalka as Jigisha

Directed by Abhishek Jain
Writing Credits Bhavesh Mandalia
Niren Bhatt
Cast Darshan Jariwala – as Jeetu Bhatt
Manoj Joshi – as Y B Gandhi
Aarti Patel – as Jyotsna Bhatt
Amit Mistry – as Prabodh Gupta
Kavin Dave – as Uday Faujdar
Divyang Thakkar – as Chintan
Pratik Gandhi – as Tapan
Samvedna Suwalka – as Jigisha
Produced by Nayan Jain – producer
Chandresh Bhatt – line producer
Amit Desai – executive producer
Music by Sachin Sanghvi
Jigar Saraiya
Singers Madhav Krishna
Darshan Raval
Sachin Sanghvi
Keerthi Sagathia
Divya Kumar
Cinematography by Pushkar Singh
Film Editing by Nirav Panchal
Satchit Puranik
Casting By  Abhishek Shah
Costume Design by Pauravi Joshi
Makeup Department Hetul Tapodhan – makeup designer
Art Direction by Niraj Shah
Production Management Nisarg Kadikar – production manager
Aranya Raj Singh – unit production manager: Paris
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Hardik Aswani – assistant director
Himalay Dave – assistant director
Viral Desai – associate director
Atindra Dobikar – assistant director
Rishi Mehta – assistant director
Mikhil Musale – associate director
Aamir Nawab – second unit director: Paris
Pratik Parmar – trainee assistant director
Ravi Popat – assistant director
Shaina Shah – assistant director
Jyugal Soni – assistant director
Kunj Thakkar – assistant director
Sound Department Kothi Pranav – sound recordist
Ajit Singh Rathore – sound designer
Gaurav Shakya – sound editor
Music Department Niren Bhatt – lyrics
Parth Bharat Thakkar – score composed by
Camera and Electrical Department Anil – camera attendant
Ajay Garala – first assistant camera
Jeetendra Hande – gaffer
Salauddin Hussain – second assistant camera
Afzal Khan – gaffer
Gulam Nabi – first assistant camera
Sandeep Patil – focus puller
Ashok Pilley – second assistant camera
Santosh – camera attendant
Sunil – electrician
Suresh – steadicam operator
Special / Visual Effects by Sushant Gupta – compositor / titling animation / visual effects artist
Vishalsinh Parmar – compositor / visual effects artist
Yogendra Zala – roto artist / roto/rig removal / visual effects artist
Other crew Nisarg Kadikar – production coordinator
Alnoor Merchant – digital campaign
Title Lyrics Artist(s) Length
Bey Yaar Sapna Nava Niren Bhatt Madhav Krishna, Darshan Raval 3:53
Bey Yaar Tara Vina Niren Bhatt Sachin Sanghvi 4:55
Rakhad Rakhad Niren Bhatt Keerthi Sagathia 4:03
Peechha Raja Niren Bhatt Divya Kumar 3:54
 Production Companies CineMan Productions
Distributors CineMan Productions
 Runtime 2 hr 30 min (150 min)
Color Color


14th Annual Transmedia Gujarati Screen & Stage Awards
Won 9 Awards Nominated for 14 out of 16 categories
Best film Bey Yaar
Best director Abhishek Jain
Best scriptwriter (Story, Screenplay & Dialogue) Bhavesh Mandalia, Niren H Bhatt
Best actor (male) Divyang Thakkar
Best actor (female) Samwedna Suwalka
Best supporting actor (male) Darshan Jariwala
Best supporting actor (male) Kavin Dave
Best supporting actor (female) Arati Patel
Best actor in a negative role Manoj Joshi
Best cinematographer Pushkar Singh
Best Editor Satchit Puranik, Nirav Panchal
Best music Sachin-Jigar
Best singer (male) Darshan Raval
Best lyrics Niren H Bhatt