Mumbai: Director Pan Nalin is considering to push the release date of his film “Angry Indian Goddesses” to November end.
The film was to release on November 12 along with Salman Khan-starrer “Prem Ratan Dhan Payo”.
“More eyeballs would be grabbed by ‘Prem Ratan Dhaan Payo’. It is a long film. Also, it’s a big film so it will have more cinema halls. We don’t want to throw the film… We want the film to come in at important places,” Nalin told PTI.
“We have given two years for this film so we would want it to do good. No decision has been taken yet. The fate of film is in exhibitors’ hand,” he said.
With the appreciation coming for “Angry Indian Goddesses”, Nalin wants a bit bigger release for his film.
“We would want to change the date if we do not get enough cinema halls. The film deserves bigger release as the buzz is strong,” the director said, expressing his desire for release on November 27.
“We don’t want to go too far… One or two weeks ahead …Not much,” he said.
On if releasing his film with Ranbir Kapoor-Deepika Padukone starrer “Tamasha” on November 27 is not a risk, Nalin says, “I think anytime would be clash…But this time we will have time to talk…Promote the film. We believe in our film and it would find its audience.”
“Angry Indian Goddesses” follows the stories of seven girls. It narrates the tale of how Frieda, essayed by actress Sarah-Jane Dias, invites her closest girlfriends to Goa to announce her wedding, and it all turns into a wild bachelorette party.
The star cast includes Sandhya Mridul, Tannishtha Chatterjee, Anushka Manchanda, Amrit Maghera, Rajshri Deshpande and Pavleen Gujral.
Nalin’s “Angry Indian Goddesses” was premiered at the 17th edition of Jio MAMI 17th Mumbai Film Festival on November 3 to a packed theatre in suburban Juhu.
“We are overwhelmed with the response. People were speechless watching the film…They did not expect how the film will turn out. I was happy to hear the response. It was encouraging. For our film people were waiting in the queue for quite sometime. This was amazing to see,” he said.