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Shortcut Romeo is an upcoming Indian romantic thriller film to be directed and produced by Susi Ganeshan. It is the Hindi remake of the director's own Tamil film Thiruttu Payale (2006), starring Neil Nitin Mukesh, Ameesha Patel, and Richa Gangopadhyay in principal roles.

Music by Himesh Reshammiya

Release Date

21 June 2013

Music by Himesh


> Coca Cola

Remaining track list not yet available.

Singers: Himesh Reshammiya, Bappi Lahiri, Mohit Chauhan, Neil Nitin Mukesh


Neil and Pooja shoot for Coca Cola


"Tomo shortcut Romeo team is shooting for a song called Coca Cola. Himesh is also a part of the music video n wil b shooting as well tomo." - tweeted by Faridoon Shahryar

Neil Nitin Mukesh, and Ameesha Patel in Cannes with SHORTCUT ROMEO

Susi Ganesh Productions will be celebrating the 100 years of Indian Cinema at the 66th Cannes Film Festival with the world premiere of its Bollywood thriller SHORTCUT ROMEO at Marche' du Film (the Cannes Film Market) that takes place between 15-26th May, 2013. The film stars Neil Nitin Mukesh (JOHNNY GADDAR, SAAT KHOON MAAF), Ameesha Patel (KAHO NA PYAAR HAI, GADAR: EK PREM KATHA), and Miss India Universe in 2007 Puja Gupta (F.A.L.T.U, GO GOA GONE). They will attend the premiere at Cannes along with the film's writer-director Susi Ganesh and producer Manjari Susi Ganesh.

India is the guest country at Cannes this year, which makes the premiere still more special. The film was also showcased at the European Film Market (EFM), Berlin, this February to a very encouraging response from global buyers and sales agents.

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SHORTCUT ROMEO will screen on May 22, 2013, at 3:30pm at Marche' du Film.


Wanted: An Item girl for Neil Nitin Mukesh

These days, no film seems to be complete without an item number. While some filmmakers search across globe to zero upon the perfect item girl, some resort to innovative ways to hunt for the girl with the best body and dance moves.

Filmmaker Susi Ganesh is on the lookout for his item girl, someone who can fit the bill opposite Neil Nitin Mukesh in his upcoming movie.

Susi, who is remaking his hit Tamil film Thiruttu Payale, wants an appealing actress to groove with Neil Nitin in the movie.

In the Tamil version, the director used a belly dancer for the item song but in the Hindi version created by Himesh Reshammiya, he wants someone from Bollywood.

Is he looking for someone like Katrina Kaif who is a rage in this genre? The South filmmaker laughed off the question. "Who wouldn't want her? Though our film is a big budget one, I guess Katrina doesn't fit the bill for us. I'd even go for a fresh face, yes, but she must have a desi dancer touch to her personality. I've got a month's timeframe to find and wrap up the shoot!" he said.


Neil Nitin Mukesh to sing for Shortcut Romeo

Neil Nitin Mukesh's musical legacy doesn't seem to leave him anytime soon. The actor is set to sing once again for the big screen for his new film "Shortcut Romeo".

"Recording a song today! For 'Shortcut Romeo'. Music by the great Himesh Reshammiya. Will give you details once it's done later in the evening," Neil wrote on his Twitter page.

"Shortcut Romeo" is a romantic thriller directed and produced by Susi Ganeshan. It is the remake of the Ganeshan's 2006 Tamil film "Thiruttu Payale". The film also features Puja Gupta and Ameesha Patel. While Puja will be playing Neil's love interest, Ameesha would be seen in a negative role.

This is not the first time that Neil has turned a actor-singer. He has previously sung the title track of his film "Aa Dekhen Zara" and later gave his voice for another song in Madhur Bhandarkar's "Jail".


Tweet by NeilNMukesh: Shooting a song for " shortcut romeo" super song by Himesh Reshamiya. Now let's hope we step up to the groove.

Song two by Himesh (Reshammiya) is over - Neil

Ameesha gets Neil as her Shortcut Romeo

South remakes are in and it isn't just Salman Khan or an Akshay Kumar or a Kareena Kapoor who are biting the bait. Neil Nitin Mukesh and Ameesha Patel have joined the bandwagon as well by signing a Hindi film which would be the remake of a Tamil superhit. Tentatively titled Shortcut Romeo, the film is a romantic thriller and would go on floors by November.

"Yes, Neil and Ameesha have been signed for the remake of Tamil hit Thiruttu Payale which had done quite well on its release half a decade back. The film was in fact one of the top successes of the year and had done a business of over Rs.50 crores. It is a thriller about love and betrayal and has shocking twists and turns that audience won't see coming", informs a source.

Incidentally, Neil as well as Ameesha would have grey shades to their characters.

"The film isn't one of those routine rom-coms that are pretty much in vogue today", the source continues, "Instead it has a mature touch to it and requires actors who can look and play the part. Neil was roped in because the film takes forward the kind of image that he built after Johnny Gaddaar. On the other hand, for Ameesha too it is pretty challenging since it brings her back into the Humraaz zone."

Shortcut Romeo would also mark the arrival of director Susi Ganesan in the Hindi film arena. A popular director down South who is also the director of Thiruttu Payale and recently delivered huge success with Kanthaswamy [Vikram/Shriya Saran], Susi now joins the likes of A.R. Murugadoss [Ghajini] and Siddique [Bodyguard/Kavalan] who are stepping into Bollywood with remake of their own South hits.

"Over the last couple of years especially, quite a few filmmakers wanted to buy the rights of Thiruttu Payale", says a close associate of the director, "However this is when Susi felt that it won't be a bad idea to remake the film himself. When he started casting for the film, he felt that Neil and Ameesha suited the roles best."