Hrithik Roshan and Katrina Kaif's much-awaited film, "Bang Bang" seems be going all out to entice audiences from the south too. The makers have now decided to release the film not just in Hindi, but also in two south Indian languages - Tamil and Telugu simultaneously.
Siddharth Anand's "Bang Bang" is an action thriller film, which is set to release worldwide on 2 October. With the film's recently released poster, Roshan and Kaif have already raised expectations of their fans with their sizzling chemistry.
"Bang Bang" is the official remake of Hollywood flick "Knight and Day." Produced by Fox Star Studios, the action flick will bring back the sizzling "Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara" pair back on screen. Apart from the lead actors, the movie also features Danny Denzongpa, Jaaved Jaffrey and Pavan Malhotra.
Anand has shot some stupendous action sequences that has never been attempted in Bollywood before, according to some reports. Moreover, the high-budget movie has been shot in many parts of world, including India, Abu Dhabi, Thailand and Prague.
"Bang Bang is a true-blue entertainer, and we are going to have the widest possible release of the film. We are releasing the film in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu. The buzz on the film is tremendous and we are going out to market and distribute the film day and date worldwide," Vijay Singh, CEO, Fox Star Studios said in a statement, reported NDTV.
"Bang Bang" has been making news ever since the instigation of the shooting. It even got delayed for a while, initially owing to the lead actors' health problems and later due to crossing the budget limitations. Originally, the budget of the film was around ₹85- ₹90 crore, but during the course of the making, it hovered around ₹130 crore. The director, however, has denied all reports regarding the budget problems.
The film is on the verge of completion, and both Roshan and Kaif have already wrapped up their final shooting in Prague, according to a recent report.