SRK changed the release date of Jab Harry Met Sejal, which was earlier clashing Akshay's Toilet- Ek Prem Katha

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Shah Rukh Khan changed the release date of Jab Harry Met Sejal
Shah Rukh Khan changed the release date of Jab Harry Met Sejal

Mumbai : Shah Rukh Khan and Akshay Kumar both are one of the best actors of the Bollywood industry. They win the hearts of audience by all their films. 

Now, Shah Rukh’s Jab Harry Met Sejal is set to release and at the same time Akshay’s Toilet- Ek Prem Katha is going to come. Both of them will be releasing in August. 

Earlier it was said that both the films were released on the same date, but now things have changed. 

Shah Rukh Khan has shifted the release date of Jab Harry Met Sejal from August 11 to August 4. Therefore he avoided the clash with Akshay Kumar’s Toilet- Ek Prem Katha. 

Four years ago, the story was totally different.  Akshay Kumar’s Once Upon A Time in Mumbai Dobaara was scheduled to release on August 8. And later the same date was chosen by Shah Rukh for his Chennai Express.

There were many issues created regarding the allotment of screens.  But after much discussions and talks, Shah Rukh convinced Jeetendra to push the date of Once Upon A Time in Mumbai Dobaara of Akshay.

As we see now, Shah Rukh has changed completely. 

 

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