Time Out (2015 film)

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Time Out
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Movie poster for Time Out
Directed byRikhil Bahadur
Written byRikhil Bahadur
StarringChirag Malhotra
Pranay Pachauri
CinematographyRavinder Kumar
Music by Sandesh Shandilya
Sanchit Balhara
Release date
  • 25 September 2015 (2015-09-25)
Running time
1 hour 38 min

Time Out is a Bollywood film starring Chirag Malhotra and Pranay Pachauri in the lead roles. It is written and directed by Rikhil Bahadur.



Gaurav finds out that his elder brother Mihir is gay. He is unable to accept this as he looks up to Mihir, a high-school jock whom every girl fancies. Adding to his woes, the girl he fancies ‘friend-zones’ him.

“How to fix your gay kid” is what their mother types into Google when Mihir reveals his sexual orientation and wishes to come out of the closet.



The music of Time Out is composed by Sandesh Shandilya.

Track listing
1."Hurdangi" Mohan Kannan, Sanchit Balhara  
2."Bheja Khali" Amit Mishra, Piyush Kapoor  
3."Kuch Kareebi" Sandesh Shandilya  
4."Bolenge" Amit Mishra  

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