Ajay Devgn’s Singham – 2 and Akshay Kumar’s Gabbar is expected to clash in August 2014 on the eve of Independence Day, as per reliable sources.


While Akshay saw a rather dull August this year as OUATIMD failed to spark off a satiating reaction against Shah Rukh Khan starrer Chennai Express at the box office, the actor is all ready to gamble it again on another venture Gabbar which is tentatively scheduled to release on Independence Day, 2014.

Ajay Devgn And Akshay Kumar
Ajay Devgn And Akshay Kumar

Though a mutual decision taken by the producers of Chennai Express and OUATIMD avoided a nasty scene between the films, as they consented on screen sharing but one can expect a similar ruckus next year as well when Rohit Shetty’s Singham 2 which is a much hyped film might clash with Akshay Kumar starrer Gabbar which again has great expectations from the Khiladi Kumar.

Both films are remakes of Tamil films; while Singham 2 is based on the sequel edition named Singham, Gabbar is based on Tamil flick Ramana. Rohit Shetty’s Singham 2 is all set to go on floors this December and hence there is a high probability that its makers will cash in the Independence Day holiday slated in August to create a bankable market for their film.

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  1. I guess when 2 good movies clash, it’s even better rather than the other settling for another release date for “the good of both”. The reason is that screen space is shared and there won’t be a chance for the other being a total washed out – audience will still want to see their favourite star – let the audience decide which they wanna watch!! Just for an example – “Once Upon A Time..2” got postponed thinking it might do good business AFTER the release of “Chennai Express” but then what happened, the audience already got used to the latter and now “Once Upon A Time..2” struggles to pull attention.
    But “Jab Tab Hain Jaan” and “Son Of Sardar” clashed beautifully – eventually both raked up good remunerations. Lessons to be learned – it’s bad to be too much good hearted. In business, shrewdness is a quality ;)


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