It’s raining movies in Bollywood! Since theaters reopened, filmmakers, who have been pushing the dates of their films, have been announcing back-to-back release dates. This morning, John Abraham took to his social media to share the release date of his upcoming movie Tehran with his fans. John shared Tehran’s first official poster while announcing the film’s release date. Aided by Arun Gopalan and supported by Dinesh Vijan, John Abraham starrer’s official poster gave us a glimpse of the capital.
While sharing the poster, the makers also revealed the film’s release date, which happens to be Republic Day ’23. Yes, the movie is slated for a January 26, 2023 release! But it looks like the movie will struggle at the box office as it’s about to get a big clash.
On January 26, 2023, things will be busy, as in addition to John Abraham’s Tehran, Republic Day will also see Hrithik Roshan-Deepika Padukone starrer Fighter and Ranbir Kapoor-Shraddha Kapoor’s self-titled directorial clash at the box office.
Presenting a Glimpse of the MARFLIX Vision as #Fighter† Looking forward to my first flight next to the exceptional one @deepikapadukone† Totally jumped into the breach for this #SiddharthAnand pleasure ride. pic.twitter.com/gaqv53xbO9
— Hrithik Roshan (@iHrithik) January 10, 2021
Aided by Siddharth Anand, HR and Deepika’s Fighter was previously slated for September 2022. But due to the pandemic, the film’s release date has now been pushed back to next year. The film also stars Anil Kapoor in a key role. Well, Fighter and Tehran will also close the horns with Ranbir Kapoor’s next.
Directed by Luv Ranjan, the creators of Ranbir Kapoor and Shraddha Kapoor starrer are yet to name the film. The self-titled film currently being shot in Mumbai will have to compete with two other major releases.
Well, with January 26, 2023, witnessing three major releases – Fighter, Tehran and Luv Ranjan’s self-titled next – on the same day, we can’t decide which one to pick first? But first wait and look forward to the trailer of these movies. Do you disagree?
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