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July 20 2018, 06:47 | Alexander Lowe
Deepika Padukone clearly can enjoy a laugh at her own expense
"It will now be released on February 9". I wish that film-makers acknowledge this.
He addressed a joint press conference with Bhansali at his residence. It was none other than Sanjay Leela Bhansali'sPadmaavat! During interaction Akshay said, he personally wants Sanjay sir's film to get a solo release.
Arjun says Akshay has shown the film industry the value of solidarity. To this, Akshay said, "They have a reason to release it this time". So I understand it.
"That could have happened too". The point is not about fighting or clashing. "With close to 5000 screens, we can easily have two films running at the cinemas but this move was important for Sanjay's film". But at the moment the stake of their film is much higher than mine. "Aiyaary is releasing on 26 January. I am glad they are talking, they should know".
PadMan is the life story of Arunachalam Muruganantham, the man who came up with a machine for manufacturing sanitary napkins in rural India.
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Padmaavat, which is set to release on January 25, also stars Shahid Kapoor and Ranveer Singh in supporting roles.
Film critic Komal Nahta took to Twitter and shared the news of the film release being postponed to February 9, but there has been no official announcement yet from the producer's side. "But Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety and Aiyaary which are coming up may now have to look at shifting dates, which will create confusion and suffer losses due to their decision".
After an nearly two-month long tussle, people all over India will now be able to watch Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh starrer Padmavat. Back when film's trailer came out, fans couldn't stop praising the period drama that Bhansali has come up with. The film is presented by Columbia Pictures, Hope Productions, KriArj Entertainment and Mrs Funnybones Movies.