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Buzz: Tiger Shroff’s Ganapath to change Christmas release date to avoid clash with Cirkus and Avatar 2?

The action entertainer reunites Tiger Shroff with Kriti Sanon after his debut Heropanti in 2014.

  • Akshay Krishna

Last Updated: 02.30 AM, Jun 10, 2022

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Buzz: Tiger Shroff’s Ganapath to change Christmas release date to avoid clash with Cirkus and Avatar 2?

Tiger Shroff’s movies usually see him square off against one or more bad guys before he takes them out with style and suave. The latest reports about the actor’s next titled Ganapath, is that the movie could change its release date to avoid squaring up against Cirkus and Avatar: The Way of Water. 

According to a report by Bollywood Life, the movie’s makers could move its release date from December 23. As per a source, the makers do not want to see the movie release just one week after the highly-anticipated sequel to Avatar and Rohit Shetty’s Cirkus slated for a release on the same day. The report also suggests that the narrative for the change would be that extensive work is still needed for the movie’s VFX work. 

Coming into a three way clash with two other biggies, the makers will have to think about their chances considering the failure of Shroff’s latest, Heropanti 2. The action thriller directed by Ahmed Khan hit theatres on May 3 and became a box office failure after receiving negative reviews. 

Directed by Vikas Bahl, who has previously found success directing movies like Queen and Super 30, Ganapath is reportedly set in a futuristic 2030. Produced by Vashu Bhagnani, Vikas Bahl, Deepshikha Deshmukh, and Jackky Bhagnani, the movie also reunited Shroff and Kriti Sanon, after 2014’s Heropanti. 

Ganapath’s makers had announced the movie’s release date back in September 2021 with a short video. The video featured Shroff getting ready for a fight, with a very modern skyline of highrises in the background. 

The movie, which will be released in multiple parts, has already sold its streaming rights to streaming giants, Netflix. 

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