Indeed, even as the 13-14 August weekend will see the conflict of two major Bollywood discharges: Akshay Kumar's Rustom and Hrithik Roshan's Mohenjo Daro, exchange specialists are now looking ahead to the months of September and October.
September will have Katrina Kaif-Sidharth Malhotra's Baar Dekho (coordinated by Nitya Mehra and created by Dharma and Excel Entertainment) discharging on the same date as the Nawazuddin Siddiqui's Freaky Ali. This is the first occasion when we will see Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif conflicting in the cinematic world.
Freaky Ali, which is coordinated by Sohail Khan and advanced by Salman Khan, is discharging on 9 September — the same Friday as BBD.
October, then again, sees Ajay Devgn's Shivaay and Dharma's Ae Dil Hai Mushkil go head to head in the cinema world, as we had beforehand reported. Both movies discharge on 28 October.
Why do these movies need those particular dates?
In both occurrences, there is an occasion that will draw out the "opening weekend" in the cinema world for these motion pictures.
Bakri Eid falls on Monday, 12 September, which gives Freaky Ali and Baar Dekho a four-day weekend to profit by.
Then again, Diwali begins from 29 October, which implies Shivaay and Ae Dil Hai Mushkil will both have a decent occasion raced to anticipate.
Salman Khan and Ajay Devgn have both said they aren't concerned in regards to the conflicts for their particular movies.
Salman feels that Freaky Ali and Baar Dekho are altogether different motion pictures and won't eat into each other's business. Also, the amplified occasion keep running at the theaters will give both movies sufficient time to make an imprint.
Salman's dispute is that neither one of the films is of the "4,000-5,000 screen sort", and oblige diverse groups of onlookers — every, he feels, will be seen by the general population it is focused on towards.
Obviously, his declaration of a discharge date for his home generation that matches with that of Katrina's has drawn remark from a few quarters. In any case, Salman has played it cool, telling PTI: "We trust Katrina and Sidharth's film additionally wells. We need both these movies to do well."
Ajay, then again, has a more "we'll do our thing, let other people do theirs" sort of methodology. He has told the press that the Shivaay group had reported their discharge date quite a while prior — when no other motion picture was required to discharge in the meantime.
Conflicts don't make a difference, Ajay said, conceding in any case: "A performance discharge is dependably a performance discharge".
Regardless of the fact that Shivaay improves in this film industry tussle with Ae Dil Hai Mushkil, there's another go head to head in store for Ajay's film Baadshaho — again with a Dharma film, this time, the Varun Dhawan-Alia Bhatt starrer Badrinath Ki Dulhaniya.
Then again seen another way, it is Dharma Productions that has the most conflicts in its sights!