Sushant Singh Rajput and Jacqueline Fernandez’s film Drive got postponed. The film was first supposed to release on the occasion of Holi with Anushka Sharma’s Pari.
But now, Drive has been shifted to September and now it will be released on September 7, 2018.
Producer Karan Johar took to his Twitter account and made an official announcement. Karan wrote, “The Dharma and Fox Car franchise races to cinema halls on the 7th of September,2018!! #DRIVE starting @itsSSR and @Asli_Jacqueline directed by @Tarunmansukhani Buckle up and get set for the zooming ride!! @apoorvamehta18 @foxstarhindi @DharmaMovies.”
The Dharma and Fox Car franchise races to cinema halls on the 7th of September,2018!! #DRIVE starting @itsSSR and @Asli_Jacqueline directed by @Tarunmansukhani Buckle up and get set for the zooming ride!! @apoorvamehta18 @foxstarhindi @DharmaMovies pic.twitter.com/qUsxLC1m35
— Karan Johar (@karanjohar) February 14, 2018
Both the actors have wrapped up the shoot of the film in January. Reports suggest that Drive is a remake of Ryan Gosling’s Hollywood flick of the same name. But the Raabta actor has denied all the reports. In conversation with DNA, Sushant said, “It’s not a remake at all. Trust me, if it was a remake of the Hollywood movie, they wouldn’t want me because then, they would have rather cast a better-looking actor. There would be Ryan Gosling, not me! (Laughs).”
It is being said that Sushant will be seen naked in the film. He further added, “I don’t have inhibitions; because I need to convince you that I’m the part. And if I have to do something to make sure you are convinced, I would do it. I’m getting paid for it! (Laughs).”
“Why wouldn’t it be comfortable? Why should I be thinking about this? If I have to cry in a scene, I’m actually crying. Now, that’s not a comfortable thing to do. Because I, normally, am emotionally detached. So, I don’t cry. But when I cry in a film, I have to come up with something exactly similar to feel what I have to at that point. I feel that and cry. That’s exactly what I do. Actors are not supposed to feel comfortable most of the times if his character isn’t comfortable,” he added.