Udta Punjab to have a opening that is huge?
Abhishek Chaubey’s upcoming film ‘Udta Punjab’ said the movie could have a “pretty wide” release on approximately 2,000 screens, its makers said on Tuesday.
Ekta Kapoor, from Balaji Motion Pictures, has produced the movie along side Phantom Pictures, which consists of Anurag Kashyap, Vikas Bahl, Madhu Mantena and others.
This film deserves and needs at a press conference, Ekta, asked about the release strategy of the film, said: “The teams have worked together… Phantom and Balaji and we have a very interesting set of distributors who’ve supported us through this whole turmoil and I think we will be having just the kind of release.
“We will not open it too wide. However it’ll be a fairly release that is wide keeping its genre and its own audiences in your mind.”
Balaji Motion Pictures CEO Aman Gill said: “It really is too soon to state that at this time. But screens that are 2,000-odd can be much more, at this time this is the attempt, therefore we could have clarity by tomorrow mostly.”
The movie experienced times of uncertainty regarding its release as much cuts were suggested because of the censor board. Nevertheless the Bombay High Court on allowed the makers to release the film with just one cut and three disclaimers monday.
As a journalist remarked that the stock cost of Balaji Motion Pictures has gone up by 9 per cent following the verdict that is positive the movie, Ekta said: “I do not minutely ever follow my stock such as this.
“we have gone through, is to release it well if it is 9 per cent up or 10 per cent down, what is important is a film was made with Abhishek’s conviction and the only strategy now after all the delays.
“Anurag in addition to team have given their utmost to place this film, fight because of this film, Abhishek has been doing his best. So far as Balaji’s stocks, there are enough methods to up keep the stock and I also hope it keeps staying up. It isn’t my above all concern.”
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