Neeraj Pandey's 'Baby' was initially titled 'Aiyaary'

ANI | Updated: Jan 24, 2018 15:24 IST

New Delhi [India], January 24 (ANI): A very few people know that Neeraj Pandey did not intend to name his 2015 hit-movie as 'Baby,' but the initial title given to that movie was 'Aiyaary' which is now getting released on February 9.

The film which is an espionage thriller was initially titled 'Aiyaary' but was later changed to Baby, which refers to a covet operation in the film.

Neeraj Pandey will return to direction two years after his last directorial 'M.S. Dhoni' with 'Aiyaary'.

One of 'Aiyaary's leading men, Manoj Bajpayee, who has frequently collaborated with Neeraj, said that it is always a remarkable experience working with Neeraj.

The actor noted, "It's always a remarkable experience to be working with Neeraj Pandey and also its a privilege to sit with him on many occasions and sharing ideas and experiences. My best wishes to the entire Baby Team for completing 3 years from the release. It was an amazing film, I enjoyed watching it, I actually watched it in Bareilly, when I was shooting for Aligarh. There was this Multiplex where this film was released, I made it sure that I go there and watch the first show, I immediately called Mr. Neeraj Pandey and congratulated him for making such a fast-paced thriller. It was quite an eye-opener about how our intelligence agencies work for this country."

The ace filmmaker won the hearts of the audience with his appealing films that have a realistic touch like 'A Wednesday', 'Special 26', M.S. Dhoni' etc. The audience is keen on witnessing yet another film by the filmmaker. (ANI)

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