Headed by Ashish Patil, Y-films is a subsidiary of Yash Raj films which has gained immense popularity due to its quirky short stories, amalgamated with progressive thoughts and youth-connected ideas.
In the six odd months since Y-Films, the youth wing of Yash Raj Films launched its original programming on YouTube, they’ve clocked over 40 million views and carved a niche amongst the younger generation courtesy some unique as well as entertaining content, which adhere to the unjust stereotypes followed in our culture.
After tasting success via their short series, namely, ‘Man’s World’ and ‘Bang Baaja Baarat’, they are set to launch another mini web series that goes by the name of ‘Ladies Room’. The series follow two women, who boldly go where no man has ever gone before, the women’s loo.
There has been a saying that has developed and has been going around for a while, it’s subjected to jokes and its occurrence is mostly not a denial. Why do women go to washrooms in groups? People have been struggling to grasp the justification behind the act. Now, Y-films is all set to invade that territory and answer some questions.
A series shot entirely in six different ladies’ rooms, it tells the story of two besties, Dingo & Khanna. Trying to survive one disaster after another in their lives, the six-part series showcases their life taking dramatic turns, which can easily be discussed in the privacy of a washroom.
Helmed under the direction of Ashima Chibber, the series is going to be launched on 31st May, 2016.
The film stars Saba Azad and Shreya Dhanwanthary who have showcased their acting calibre in the trailer itself, assuring that the serious would be nothing short of a thrilling and exciting experience. The chemistry between the two is really convincing, making the series intriguing in its own way.
From facing period woes to the too much drinking effects to discovering those dreaded pink strips on a pregnancy test, continuing the struggles with a joint inside a loo in train, the series surely promises a hilarious pursuit all throughout.
From the diaries of two single ladies, the series assures of dreaded decisions, broken taboos and the real discussions held inside the washrooms. Finally, a series that portrays the importance of loos, obviously apart from the perfect selfie background lights.