Mumbai, September 10 (CINEWS) : “Dilwale”- “Bajirao Mastani”, “Raees”- “Sultan” and “Prem Ratan Dhan Payo”- “Ghayal 2” are movies that share discharge dates, and the producers are in no disposition to change them. Most recent to join the temporary fad are Hrithik Roshan’s “Mohenjo Daro” and Akshay Kumar’s “Rustom.”
On the “Khiladi” star’s 48th birthday, he reported his next with Neeraj Pandey on Twitter. “Excited 2 reports Neeraj Pandey & I are teaming up 4 sentimental thriller #Rustom discharging on Aug 12, 2016! Hoping 2 be third-time fortunate :),” he tweeted.
What’s fascinating to note here is, I-Day 2016 weekend was hindered by Ashutosh Gowariker’s “Mohenjo Daro” numerous moons prior. The truth will surface eventually if any of them will re-plan the dates or making it another conflict.
In the mean time, exchange specialists identified with Absolute India News saying how the business may take a hit however, there are a predetermined number of national occasions and along these lines, maintaining a strategic distance from a conflict is incomprehensible.
“I concur with the way that this may eat into one another’s business however because of set number of discharge dates, you can’t maintain a strategic distance from conflicts in today’s times,” exchange examiner Taran Adarsh told the famous day by day.
Exhibitor-merchant Akshaye Rathi further included how individuals will watch the film they need to regardless of the possibility that there are another film running in the close by theaters.
“There are just 52 Fridays out of which 10 are occasions, so everybody needs to benefit from the national occasions. Likewise, with such a large number of multiplexes there is space for no less than two films in a day. A year ago, Bang and Haider were discharged around the same time and both did well,” Vajir Singh, Editor, Box Office India, was cited as saying.