'Golmaal Again' to clash with Rajinikanth's '2.o' & Aamir Khan's 'Secret Superstar'

Ajay Devgn Decides To Avoid Clash With Aamir Khan Rajinikanth and Akshay Kumar

Ajay Devgn Decides To Avoid Clash With Aamir Khan Rajinikanth and Akshay Kumar

The latest we hear that the makers of Golmaal Again, which is the fourth installment in the Golmaal franchise, have locked a release date for the movie. It was then that the makers of Rajinikanth and Akshay Kumar-starrer "2.0" too finalised their release during the festival weekend. Aamir Khan's Secret Superstar and Rajinikanth's "2.o" are getting released around Diwali, and Ajay has backed out from opting the same date. And if the clash of the titans was not enough, Ajay Devgn's Golmaal Again has also got a Diwali slot for its release.

Devgn once again resorted to the same tactics when he alleged that Johar bribed the self-proclaimed critic KRK to bash Devgn's film on Twitter.

There was never any doubt in the minds of hit-machine, filmmaker Rohit Shetty and Bollywood superstar Ajay Devgn that they would arrive with their laugh-a-riot "Golmaal Again" on Diwali 2017.

Similarly, he also had a bitter clash with filmmaker Karan Johar past year when he released his directorial, the action adventure film Shivaay, on the same date as Johar's directorial, the romantic drama Ae Dil Hai Mushkil.

Shibasish Sarkar, Chief Operating Officer of Reliance Entertainment, the studio which is jointly producing the film with Rohit Shetty, stated that, "Golmaal Again, one of the most successful franchises of Indian film industry has created huge curiosity and demand among the exhibitors and distributors of the country".

Actor Ajay Devgn also tweeted on Golmaal Again post.

The cast is now shooting for the second schedule of the film in Hyderabad, soon after which, they will be headed to Ooty for the third schedule.

Is the audience ready for a triple delight this Diwali? As per the reports, the team of Golmaal Again is presently shooting in Hyderabad.

Bollywood clashes are not a new thing now, but three big films releasing on the same day certainly calls for attention. It is going to be the biggest box office clash ever and we just can't keep calm!

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