September 21, 2010 by Post Team
The producers apparently do not want to take risks by releasing movies for the week.
After the release date of Ranbir Kapoor, Priyanka Anjaani Anjaana Chopra starrer was postponed until 01 October, the filmmaker Priyadarshan has also decided to delay the launch of its Aakrosh for a week.
Now the film hits theaters on October 8, avoiding the clash with Sajid Nadiadwala’s film.
“The verdict Ayodhya issue could affect most of the Bollywood releases, not just Aakrosh. Other films also will delay its emissions by at least one week. Besides, would not clash with Anjaana Anjaani” he told Priyadarshan reporters here.
The film, starring Ajay and Akshay Khanna Devgn is on the issue of honor killing, which has been dominating the headlines for some time.
Ajay and Akshay also appealed to the public to maintain peace and respect for the court ruling.
Previously, the producer Nadiadwala Anjaana postponed the launch of Ranbir Anjaani after the film’s lead couple and Priyanka expressed concern.
Nadiadwala said initially that it was of the opinion that the release should be according to the schedule.
“No one can deny the fact that the Ayodhya issue is much larger and needs to respect. Ranbir had addressed the issue with me and Eros and gave him a thought. Ranbir is of course one of the most sought-upon icons young people of our time and the topic was sensitive and somewhat valid. ”
Having discussed this with Eros, we have decided to release the film on October 1, he said.
“It’s an important day for the country. I hope there is no dispute and the decision is favorable to all. The public may not be able to go see the movie on that day,” said Ranbir.
According to trade experts from industry, delays in Bollywood affect emissions throughout the year. Many small films, they were looking for a normal release have to adjust your dates do not coincide with the large flags, they said.
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