'Bade Miyan Chote Miyan' release date postponed, to clash with 'Maidaan' in theatres

'Bade Miyan Chote Miyan' poster | Imdb

Mumbai: The Bollywood action flick 'Bade Miyan Chote Miyan,' which was slated to release on April 10 has been postponed by one day. The film starring Akshay Kumar, Tiger Shroff and Prithviraj Sukumaran, will now release on April 11 along with Ajay Devgn-led 'Maidaan', which is also slated for release on the same day.

Both the films were scheduled to release in theatres on April 10, but as the festival of Eid will be celebrated on April 11, the makers decided to shift the release.

Akshay and Tiger shared the news of their film's new release on their respective Instagram pages on Monday evening. "Bade aur Chote aur poori 'Bade Miyan Chote Miyan' ki team ki taraf se aap sab ko advance mein Eid Mubarak. Dekhiye #BadeMiyanChoteMiyan on Eid (Eid Mubarak to all of you in advance from Bade and Chote and the entire team of 'Bade Miyan Chote Miyan'.) Watch #Bademiyan Chotemiyan with your entire family, now releasing on 11th April only in cinemas," read the post on Akshay's page.

'Bade Miyan Chote Miyan' is directed by Ali Abbas Zafar of 'Sultan' and 'Bharat' fame, and produced by Pooja Entertainment in association with AAZ. The film, which also stars Prithiviraj Sukumaran, Manushi Chhillar and Alaya F, will see Akshay and Tiger perform death-defying stunts as they play two elite soldiers who embark on a mission to recover a stolen AI weapon.

Devgn also announced that 'Maidaan' a period sports biopic on Syed Abdul Rahim, will release on April 11. "Mark your calendars! #Maidaan release across cinemas in India on 10th April, with special previews starting 6pm onwards. Full scale release to follow on the Eid holiday on 11th April. Reserve your seats now," the actor posted. 'Maidaan' is directed by Amit Sharma and produced by Boney Kapoor.

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