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Prabhudeva,Tamannaah Bhatia Khamoshi to avoid clash with Devi 2; pushed for a June 14 release

Tamannaah Bhatia and Prabhudeva starrer Khamoshi to avoid clash with Devi 2; pushed for a June 14 release

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A lot seems to be going around as far as clashing dates and changing of dates for film releases are concerned. And well, the Prabhudeva and Tamannaah Bhatia starrer film has now been moved, just one week ahead of the original release date. The film, initially supposed to release on May 31, will now be releasing on June 14. For obvious reasons as it may seem, the decision comes as a result of the maker’s desire to avoid clash with the South film, Devi 2.

The primary reason for avoiding the clash is because Devi 2 too, features actors Prabhudeva and Tamannaah. Co-producer Saurabh Mishra confirmed the development and told Mid-day that the decision to push the release date was collective including Prabhudeva, Tamannaah and the distribution team. The movie has been making quite the buzz and since it is quite the spooky one here, one can expect it to come about as a good watch. The film has Tamannaah playing a deaf and mute while Prabhudeva plays the antagonist.

Now that the movie has been pushed for a later release, it is going to hit the theatres just 10 days after Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif starrer Bharat, which is slated for an Eid release on June 5, 2019. While one might think that this will lead to the film’s footfall getting affected, Mishra went on to say how he is confident about the film and since there is now a delay, the actors will have enough time for the promotions.
Here is the Official Teaser.https://youtu.be/T1SywUgGfzs

Sajjad Ahmed
Sajjad Ahmed
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