With the title of a movie as quirky as that, one could predict what the content must be like. The trailer shows it all. Laden with titillating pleasures and dark vices Yahaan Sabki Lagi Hai looks relentlessly idiosyncratic. Directed by Satavisha Bose and Cyrus Khambata this movie is all set hit the screens on March 27. So what this hatke looking endeavour is all about? In a day and age where small and experimental films can spring a surprise Yahaan Sabki Lagi Hai explores various facets of life and human psyche.

Synopsis: Yahaan Sabki Lagi Hai is a multi-lingual. It is an allegory on the journey of life, especially at times when one feels victimized or shortchanged, set in the milieu of Indian-English-speaking urban youth. The film looks at the way we casually live in a class system built on blatant economic and social disparities, the way we want to be fooled by our belief systems, the way we validate our tastes and are also very protective of them. By exploring a counter-point for every point, the film subtly questions not only our material value system but also our emotional value system. The film is a comedy at heart, but it also has a melancholic after-taste, bordering on the philosophical, provoking thought about our times and condition.