Star cast: Deepak Dobriyal, Manav Kaul Music
Plot: Ramesh Majila (Deepak Dobriyal) returns from the city to his small remote village in the Himalayas. Armed with irrepressible enthusiasm, he hopes to be the breath of fresh air the village has been waiting for. But instead his quirky traits and a penchant for catalyzing disaster make him the joke of the village. In a dramatic turn of events a chance entry into a television contest wins him a swank luxury car elevating Ramesh to heroic status overnight. Adored by children and grudgingly admired by others, he becomes the focal point of the village.
However his life spirals into a series of comic conflicts as he struggles to match the rest of his life to the car that adorns his cowshed, undoing himself completely in the process and losing the respect of his most ardent fan, his young son. When the car is stolen, he sets out on a journey to recover something more than his prized possession – his lost dignity.
Expectations: Despite a having a strong character actor, Deepak Dobriyal (Omkara and Gulaal), the publicity of Daayen Ya Baayen has been poor to say the least. Zero expectations at the Indian box-office.