Sajid shifts HEYY BABYY release for Salman's MARIGOLD
Bollywood Trade News Network
Enterprising Producer Sajid Nadiadwala’s much awaited film HEYY BABYY starring Akshaye Kumar, Fardeen Khan, Ritesh Deshmukh, Vidya Balan was due to be released on July 27th. But According to sources, when Sajid Nadiadwala got to know that Salman Khan's. International film MARIGOLD would be releasing on July 27th and even his other film PARTNER around July 20th, the magnanimous producer shifted his film release to August 24th.
Considering that Salman Khan is his closest friend, the loyalist that he is when it comes to friendship, he went out of his way to accommodate MARIGOLD on July 27th. 'Salman is like family to me. It would only be my pleasure to do anything for him. And hence we have confirmed the release of HEYY BABYY in August,' said Sajid Nadiadwala.
Incidentally Sajid Nadiadwala’s film HEYY BABYY, directed by Sajid Khan is creating waves in the distribution circle. Considering the fact that his banner has always delivered comedies like Judwaa, Har Dil Jo Pyaar Karega, Mujhse Shaadi Karogi, etc… And additionally his trump card is the star-cast of the films who are master in this genre.
Akshay Kumar’s forte being comedy, revels in this genre and a big box office draw, will be paired for the first time with Vidya Balan. Even Fardeen (No Entry), Ritesh Deshmukh (Masti, Apna Sapna Money Money and Bluffmaster) are proven entertainers in this genre too. And with director Sajid Khan at the helm of the film HEYY BABYY just adds to the killer combination.
Additionally HEYY BABYY is also been in the news for 21 actresses will be performing in a song, And with a special song to be shot with Superstar Shahrukh Khan, will be another high point of the film. Director Sajid Khan who has tickled many funny bones says, 'I have made the film putting myself in the audience’s shoes. I have tried to slip into the skin of the audience. I want to entertain them. In fact the characters of Akshay, Fardeen & Ritesh reflects different aspects of my personality.'