Breaking! Deepika Padukone, Shahid Kapoor, Ranveer Singh’s Padmavati Is Releasing ON TIME
Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s magnum opus, Padmavati has been in the news ever since it went on floors. The film, which stars Ranveer Singh, Deepika Padukone and Shahid Kapoor has faced many hurdles with the sets being vandalised twice and the recent strike by the cine employees and workers, because of which the shoot came to an abrupt halt again. So we were not surprised when we read the reports stating that the much-anticipated period drama will not release on the scheduled date of November 17, 2017 and has been pushed to February next year.
However, let us tell you that nothing of that sort is happening as a source close to the production unit has revealed to us EXCLUSIVELY that there is no change whatsoever in the release date and that Padmavati will definitely hit the theatres in November this year. ALSO READ: Ranveer Singh Bids Goodbye To His Padmavati Beard, Sports A Clean Shaven Look – View Pics
“The team has been working day and night, toiling hard to complete the film. Major portions are already shot and the film is in the post-production stage. Deepika has completed her parts, while Shahid only had 20 days of shoot remaining and he will be done mid-next week. As for Ranveer, he has only two days of shoot left,” informs the source to India.com.
Not just that. Everyone, including us have been waiting for the first look and the trailer, and our wait is finally coming to and end as the source further informs, “The trailer is ready to go out. But of course, there will be posters and the teaser, which will be unveiled first and then the much-awaited trailer. The promotional plan is already in place.”
Recent reports suggest that Padmavati is going to release in over 8000 screens in India. And that’s huge as it’s amost close to the screen count of Baahubali 2, which released in 9000 screens in India. It’s clear that SLB, who had to go through a lot while making this film is making sure that this ambitious project of his reaches maximum number of people.