We had some great news waiting for us this morning. Hrithik Roshan is planning to launch the movie’s trailer this Diwali which means the wait is for next few days. Interestingly Shah Rukh Khan had earlier revealed that he is planning to launch Raees’s trailer on his birthday which falls on November 2. So is Hrithik’s move to launch the trailer earlier than SRK, a well thought decision? We all that both these movies are clashing at the box office next January and the tussel has already began. None of the two parties were ready to shift their dates to avoid this clash as it’s a long weekend and movie usually fare well at such times. Also Read: Is Hrithik Roshan injury delaying Kaabil’s shoot?
Kaabil’s director Sanjay Gupta took to his Twitter account to announce his latest progress and we are sure delighted after hearing it. If you guys are wondering if Hrithik Roshan’s Kaabil has even completed it’s shooting then let us tell you that the actor has already wrapped the movie’s shoot. Sanjay Gupta has completed filming of Rakesh Roshan’s Kaabil in just 77 days.We all know how rare this is in Bollywood industry. We usually hear movies and directors extending their deadlines to finish the shooting, thus making their producers incur huge loss. However Roshan Sr, is definitely one happy man in the industry. A delighted producer while talking to DNA said , ” I told Sanjay not to hurry up and take his own time. I wasn’t sure about the date schedule when we started this movie. We had planned for 88 days schedule but I told Sanjay not to hurry up.While I am not strict about the days of shooting, I insists that everybody should be on time so they can concentrate and works becomes easier.” Also Read: Hrithik Roshan will mimic this actor in Kaabil
#KAABIL Trailer will release on Diwali.
— Sanjay Gupta (@_SanjayGupta) October 18, 2016
We earlier told you that Hrithik had injured his back and tore a ligament on the sets of Mohenjo Daro. This injury resulted in delay for the movie’s shoot but after the actor recuperated, he started shooting non stop for it. Rakesh Roshan confirmed this reports by saying that, “Hrithik and rest of the cast used to reach the location an hour before the shoot and we would start shooting our first scene by 9:30 am. This is how we reduced the number of days and everything happened on time.”
Completing the shoot 11 days ahead of it’s schedule is nothing less than an achievement for Sanjay. He is quite happy with this and mentions this completion as a bonus for him. With two great movies releasing their trailer one after the other, we are sure you guys are as excited as us for it. Who else is counting the days apart from me?
(inputs from DNA)