The film was earlier reported to be an OTT release.
Irrfan Khan's final film, titled Apno Se Bewafai—No Rewind in Life, had an arduous road to travel before it was finally released in theatres. The pandemic put a damper on Prakash Bhalekar's plans to launch his directorial in 2020 when it had originally been scheduled to hit theatres. The creators had been patiently waiting for it for three years when they finally scheduled its debut for May 26, only to have to push it back again.
The film, which stars Irrfan Khan and Mahima Chaudhary, is set to be released in theatres tomorrow. According to the film's producer, Piyush Shah, the release date was pushed back by a month so that it could be dubbed in four other languages.
Tomorrow, the film will be shown on more than 400 screens across the entirety of India. It is a piece of family entertainment, and they have high hopes that it will appeal to a significant number of Irrfan fans. His influence was not limited to the realm of Hindi cinema; rather, people from all over India adored him and the films he made. The producer added that by dubbing the movie in a variety of languages, they will be able to appeal to a greater number of people.
In the drama Apno Se Bewafai, Khan plays the role of a married man who has an affair outside of his marriage and how this decision impacts his family. The producer has stated that only the Hindi version of the drama will be released on June 30, even though it has been dubbed in other languages such as English, Bengali, Tamil, and Telugu.
He continues by saying that as the distributors' demands from other states come to them, they will start releasing the dubbed languages.
Earlier this year, Irrfan's Songs of the Scorpions had its theatrical release, which was one of his final films.