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Ayodhya Case

September 21, 2010 by Post Team 

Ayodhya Case, The most anticipated film to Ranbir Kapoor Bollywood diva piece and Priyanka Chopra ‘Anjaani Anjaana liberation’ has been postponed following the controversial verdict in the case of Ayodhya which is due to be announced on 24 September, the same day the film was to hit the big screen.

According to the latest updates, ‘date Anjaana Anjaani’ launch has been postponed from September 24 to October 1.

Producer Sajid Nadiadwala was quoted as saying: “At first I was in a position where I needed to go ahead with the scheduled launch date. However, there is no denying that the Ayodhya isssue is much larger and needs to respect .

“Ranbir had addressed the issue for me and Eros and gave much importance. Ranbir is, of course, one of the most sought after in the icons of the youth of our times and the issue was a much more sensitive and valid.”

“After speaking with both sides Eros, we have decided to release the film October 1. The film is very happy and celebrating life, so that the release on a calm day, it would be preferable. I’m sure people` s are good wishes with us, “said Nadiadwala.

The female protagonist of the film, Priyanka Chopra also accepted the decision and said: “This was our wish that the date is postponed. I think that is the question of principle. Whatever happens, we go through this day of very peaceful. It is a very important day for India and we should all be together to give the date of its importance deserves. ”

Meanwhile, Ranbir seemed convinced of the decision and added: “Well, I hope that whatever the verdict, peace is maintained. That was a nightmare for us. The verdict` t supposed to be biased and it should be for all Indians. “

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