Saaho's Release Date Shifted, Netizens Wonder If It's Because Mission Mangal & Batla House Clash. Statement Here

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After all the hullabaloo around the box-office clash on Independence Day between 'Saaho', 'Mission Mangal' and 'Batla House', the makers of Prabhas-Shraddha Kapoor starrer have now shifted the release date.

Written By Chetna Kapoor | Mumbai | Updated On:

After all the hullabaloo around the box-office clash on Independence Day between 'Saaho', 'Mission Mangal' and 'Batla House', the makers of Prabhas-Shraddha Kapoor starrer have now shifted the release date to August 30. Earlier 'Saaho' was releasing on August 15. Netizens wondered if it was because of Akshay Kumar’s 'Mission Mangal' trailer that release yesterday. And also, John Abraham’s 'Batla House', the trailer of which also recieved tremendous response on social media.

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“We want to bring the best to the audience. For bringing finesse to the action sequences, we need some more time. Although we are shifting the date from Independence Day, we want to stick to the month of Independence and patriotism with Saaho. We are dedicated to bringing the biggest movie on the largest scale,” the makers said in a statement released on Friday.

"No compromise on the content and quality! The action begins in cinemas from 30th Aug. #Saaho releasing worldwide on 30.08.2019.” - the statement reads.

Here's the full statement released by the makers -

 Take a look at some of the reactions by Netizens:

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