Ayush­mann Khur­rana’s And­had­hun To Clash With Lover­a­tri

The Day After - - BOLLYWOOD ENTERTAINMENT -

Ayush­man Khur­rana’s up­com­ing film, And­had­hun, which was ini­tially sched­uled to hit the screens on 31 Au­gust, has been pushed to 5 Oc­to­ber, re­sult­ing in a clash with Lover­a­tri, which is also slated to re­lease on 5 Oc­to­ber. The mak­ers of And­had­hun re­vealed the news of the up­dated re­lease date on Twit­ter. It is dif­fi­cult to gauge if the de­vel­op­ment in the re­lease date of the Ayush­mann Khur­rana-star­rer will im­pact its box of­fice col­lec­tions in any man­ner since its ri­val, Sal­man Khan’s Lover­a­tri is be­ing solely shoul­dered by new­com­ers Aayush Sharma, who is brother-in-law of Sal­man Khan, and Wa­rina Hus­sain.

Di­rected by Sri­ram Raghavan, And­had­hun will see Khur­rana play a vis­ually im­paired piano player. Jointly pro­duced by Vi­a­com and Match­box Pic­tures, the neo-noir film will also fea­ture Tabu and Rad­hika Apte in piv­otal roles.

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