‘Sardaar Gabbar Singh’ release likely to be delayed, may affect ‘Sarainodu,’ ‘Brahmotsavam’ dates

The release of “Sardaar Gabbar Singh” (SGS) is likely to be delayed, fresh news proposes. This might lead to a main shuffle in the release dates of big ticket films like “Sarainodu,” “Brahmotsavam” and “A…Aa.”

Pawan Kalyan and Sharrath Marar, who have together produced “Sardaar Gabbar Singh,” had freshly publicized that the picture will be released April 8. But newest news suggests that the film is at the present probable to hit the screens April 15. Though the creators are insisting that the film, which stars Kalyan and Kajal Aggarwal, will be released as planned, industry sources say the shooting is up till now to be finished. The movie unit left on Wednesday evening for Europe where they will allegedly shoot two duo songs.

'Sardaar Gabbar Singh' release likely to be delayed

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Sardaar Gabbar Singh Movie release delayed may affect big movie dates

However, still if they haste up the filming, they will not be capable to enfold it up by April 5, latest news paper reported. It would also be hard for them to fill the post-production works and get the censorship credential within the after that three days. Hence Eros International is said to be looking for an alternating release date, which could be April 15.

Sardaar Gabbar Singh Release likely to be delayed

A number of keenly looked-for Telugu movies are slated for release a pair of weeks after “Sardaar Gabbar Singh” hits theatres. If the reports about its delay come factual, it will play chaos with the other release dates. Heartthrob Allu Arjun’s “Sarainodu” was at first scheduled for release April 8, but the makers delayed it by two weeks to keep away from a box office fight with “Sardaar Gabbar Singh.” Mahesh Babu’s “Brahmotsavam,” Sai Dharam Tej’s “Supreme” and Nithin-Samantha’s “A.. Aa” is planned to be released in May. The delay of “Sardaar Gabbar Singh” will influence the prospects of all these films.