[UPDATED] Aamir Khan’s son Junaid Khan’s debut film Maharaja goes on floors today

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  Actor Aamir Khan's son Junaid Khan is gearing up to make his Bollywood debut. Rumours have been rife he's been prepping for a while and will make his debut in Yash Raj Films production. Titled   Maharaja ,   the film is going on floors on February 15. According to reports, a massive set was constructed over the past month at Vijay Nagar in Marol where the film will be shot. The director Siddharth P Malhotra and the production design team worked on setting the groundwork.  Arjun Reddy  a ctress Shalini Pandey, Sharvari Wagh , and Jaideep Ahlawat are also part of the film. Maharaja   is reportedly based on Maharaj Libel Case. In 1862, the head of a religious section had filed a case against a newspaper that had exposed his sexual exploitation of female devotees. Junaid Khan is set to play the role of journalist Karsandas Mulji. Also Read Out:-   Shraddha Kapoor reveals when Nagin will go on floors

Akshay Kumar starrer Sooryavanshi to release on April 2 in single screens and non-national multiplexes

Akshay Kumar starrer Sooryavanshi to release on April 2 in single screens and non-national multiplexes

A few days back we were the first to inform you that the Rohit Shetty directorial Sooryavanshi starring Akshay Kumar was slated to release on April 2. Now, Bollywoodofcircle has uncovered the theatrical release plans for the film which, we have to say is somewhat surprising. As per reliable sources, it is learnt that Sooryavanshi will not follow the conventional release pattern, but instead the film is looking to release only in single screens and non-national multiplexes across the country.


“The makers of Sooryavanshi are wanting to capitalize on the theatres opening up, however they have arrived at a decision to release the film in only single screens and non-national multiplexes”, informs an industry source. Further talking about the impact such a release pattern could have, the source continues, “This move essentially means that the film will not release in big nationwide multiplex chains like PVR, Carnival, INOX and others, but will focus on grassroot level cinemas to reach the masses.”

Interestingly, this decision of avoiding big nationwide multiplex chains will not only affect the film’s collections but will also affect such multiplex chain’s business stream. Now all that remains to be seen is whether the film which is being touted to be a crowd puller manages to entice the audience back to theatres.

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[UPDATED] Aamir Khan’s son Junaid Khan’s debut film Maharaja goes on floors today