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Rakesh Roshan Said Raees makers destroying the film industry

Rakesh Roshan Said Raees makers destroying the film industry

Last week, Kaabil Film Producer Rakesh Roshan decided to change the release date of his next film Kaabil earlier to January 25 (from 6pm onwards) instead of January 26 ( 10 am Show) when it would have clashed with Shahrukh Khan’s upcoming film “Raees”. However, yesterday the makers of Raees also changed dates of their film. Now it will hit screens a day earlier January 25 (from 10am onwards) instead of January 26 ( 10 am Show).

This decision of Raees Makers has made  furious to Kaabil’s producer Rakesh Roshan.  Roshan said “I belong to the old school of filmmaking, and would never release my film on that day when another filmmaker has already released their film. It is completely unethical. I want to see the progress of the film industry. He said in a UK News report, by doing such things, they are destroying the Bollywood film industry,”.

Shah Rukh Khan went on to reply to Roshan Sr’s comments, “We had discussed this a long time ago with our exhibitors and distributors. We will open with regular shows [morning onwards] and Kaabil will open in the evening. This is a logical decision because January 26 is a holiday. We had decided to reveal the release date only at the trailer launch.”

Rakesh Roshan then explained why they brought up the date of their film, saying, “When I announced the film in February 2016, I saw a clean window in January and so, picked January 26. My film is ready since August and I could have easily released my film with Befikre or even with Dangal if I wanted a clash. I am not saying a particular date belongs to me, but some ethics need to be maintained.”

The filmmaker went on state that the clash of dates would negatively effect office collections. “According to my estimates, the box office is worth Rs 300 crore. That figure has been touched only by Salman Khan and Aamir Khan. Kaabil and Raaes have a good pre-release buzz and both could have done very good business if they had a solo release. But, neither will achieve its box office targets now. In the process, exhibitors and distributors will also lose money.”

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