And last we read that Rakesh Roshan had changed Hrithik Roshan starrer Kaabil's release date from 26 th to 25 th January to avert the clash with SRK's Raees. But it seems this clash is inevitable. With the much-awaited trailer out now, came the news that the release date of the film has been changed and it's good news, as the film will now hit the theatres a day prior its schedule. Instead of 26 th of January, fans will get to see their favorite star, SRK, on the big screen a day early, i.e. 25 th of January. For those who are wondering that these may be just thin rumours, so let us tell you the new release date was clearly mentioned in it. So the battle is still on.

Yesterday the Badshah of Bollywood shared the new poster of Raees on twitter with caption that reads, “Aaj Raees ka naya poster dekho.....kal trailer dekhne ko milega! Ab #ApnaTimeShuru” Raees is one of the much-awaited films of 2017. Set in Gujarat during the 1980s, the film will see Shah Rukh Khan playing a bootlegger, Raees Alam aka Miyaanbhai, fighting against a police officer, ACP Ghulam Patel, who challenges his illegal business. Directed by Rahul Dholakia and produced by Red Chillies Entertainment and Excel Entertainment, the film also stars Nawazuddin Suddique, Mahira Khan and Mohammad Zeeshan Ayyub.

Now coming to the trailer, it has already been unveiled and fans are going berserk. Loaded with a lot of action, drama, dance and dialoguebaazi, Raees is a perfect entertainment package. It looks like a career defining role for SRK. After a long time, he is looking in stellar form. The trailer has got everything, from action to romance to an item number. With “Laila O Laila” playing in the backdrop, one frame of Sunny Leone erupts and the screen simply lights up. Yes! For those who haven't watched the trailer yet, the gorgeous Sunny Leone is doing an item number in the film and the trailer showed a glimpse of her.

Yesterday when Kaabil's release date was pre-poned, the industry breathed a sigh of relief and huge a clash was directly averted. But now when it's certain that both the bollywood films, Raees and Kaabil will hit the theatres on the same day, it will be exciting to see who will rule the box office.

Written By: Mansi Gupta | Post Date: 07 December 2016



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