Jism 2 Avoids Clash With Kyaa Super Kool Hain Hum
They may not be the best of friends but then they have been cordial and friendly for sure. Ekta Kapoor and Mahesh Bhatt, who have been enjoying some good times at the box office with multiple successes in a row for some time now, have decided to avert an impending clash. The common element happened to be the three letter ‘S’ word but with Bhatt budging from his stand, a mighty clash of his Sunny with the ‘kool’ boys Ritesh Deshmukh and Tusshar Kapoor has been averted.
“Yes, Jism 2 is now arriving a week before Kyaa Super Kool Hain Hum. While the former is a sex thriller, the latter is a sex comedy. The Bhatts and Ekta have their ideas clear about giving the audience what they want. Now it’s good to see that a clash has been averted, more so since there is no history of war between Ekta and the Bhatts,” says a source common to both the camps.
Eariler it was rumoured that Ekta’s camp had been irked since Kyaa Super Kool Hain Hum was the first to announce its release date and even put out a teaser months back. On the other hand Jism 2 was announced much later and though the film is being pegged largely on Sunny Leone’s name, a head-on clash with the sequel to a successful Kyaa Kool Hain Hum was least expected.
“Generally the Bhatts aren’t the kind to entertain clashes. Especially after their Awarapan went down thanks to its clash with two other notable films. Mukesh Bhatt has stayed away from breaking into anyone’s territory. However he has nothing to do with Jism 2 since it is a Pooja Bhatt film. His name doesn’t feature anywhere in the credits of Jism 2 so he could not be blamed. Anyways, all is well that ends well. It seems like Ekta and Mahesh Bhatt have sorted it all out and now Sunny would be arriving solo while Ritesh and Tusshar will come a week later. The war has been averted,” the source continues.
When contacted, Tanuj Garg, CEO of Balaji Motion Pictures laughs, “Well, it’s not a war, as you call it! That said, we had announced the release date of KSKHH months back!”