There's a story behind the title of producer Vinod Talwar's under-production Phool Bane Patthar. Besides the fact that the script demanded the title, Vinod was also inspired by his maternal uncle, O.P. Ralhan's Phool Aur Patthar. Before registering the title, Vinod went to Ralhan under whom Vinod, incidentally, also learnt direction, and told him of his new film and what he desired to title it. "Your career got a boost with Phool Aur Patthar," said Vinod to his uncle, "and I wish, the phool and patthar also prove lucky for me." Ralhan could only smile and give his blessings to Vinod. As for the film, it is fast nearing completion and Vinod is confident, it will bring him good returns as well as name and fame. He is particularly excited about the dog in his film, which has performed "every conceivable feat". He is also excited that his film, though does not boast of top names in its cast, is closed for all India except Bombay, Overseas and parts of South. This itself is no small feat! Says Vinod Talwar, "I intentionally did not conclude the deals for Bombay and Overseas because I want to show the film to the prospective buyers and then sell it. I am confident of getting good prices for Bombay and Overseas."