Shaking star Yash celebrates his 38th birthday celebration today. On this promising event, the producers of his profoundly expected KGF Chapter 2, have given a major update to celebrate. The following is all you really want to know.
Following the increase in the number of Covid cases and more restrictions applied, numerous big deal like Jersey, RRR, and Radhe Shyam postpones their release date. Post this announcement, everyone’s eyes were set on Pan Indian film, KGF 2. Nonetheless, seems like the creators have made their brains and are certain that things will remain the same till they show up.
Obviously, KGF Chapter 2 is planned to release on the 14th of April 2022. Today, on the event of Yash’s birthday, Hombale Films’ true Twitter handle has shared a brand new poster of the film, wishing him happy birthday. It has the original release date of 14th April, thus sticking to the original plan.
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Birthday wishes to our ROCKY BHAI @Thenameisyash.#KGFChapter2 @prashanth_neel @VKiragandur @HombaleGroup @duttsanjay @TandonRaveena @SrinidhiShetty7 @VaaraahiCC @excelmovies@AAFilmsIndia @DreamWarriorpic @PrithvirajProd #KGF2onApr14 #HBDRockingStarYash pic.twitter.com/TVeHXcsCzx
— Hombale Films (@hombalefilms) January 8, 2022
Hopefully, very much like the producers have expected, the Covid circumstance goes under control soon, allowing us an opportunity to get KGF Chapter 2 in theatres on its special festive release date. Helmed by Prashanth Neel, KGF Chapter 2 likewise stars Sanjay Dutt, Srinidhi Shetty, Raveena Tandon, Prakash Raj, and others.
In the meantime, even before the release date of the film was reported, Zee Entertainment had said that its south group stations have procured overall satellite freedoms of the film. Four stations – Zee Tamil, Zee Telugu, Zee Keralam, and Zee Kannada, have sacked the overall satellite freedoms of the film.
“I am elated to associate with Zee network who have been entertaining Indian audiences since its inception. I would like to extend my gratitude to Zee network and wish them the best. I hope we continue to have successful associations for our future projects,” Yash said.