Anushka Sharma’s maiden production venture, NH10, that was earlier slated to release on September 12, has now been pushed to next year. The film, which stars Sharma and theatre actor Neil Bhoopalam in the lead, explores how a couple’s roadtrip goes awry. According to a source, the main reason for the film getting pushed to 2015 is the fact that Sharma has two other films lined up in the last quarter of this year, which includes the Ranbir Kapoor starrer Bombay Velvet and Aamir Khan’s big ticket P.K. It is said that the makers wanted to ensure that the film, which is already complete, gets a good release date and visibility. The makers are currently in the process of finalising a month and date in 2015.
Written by Screen Correspondent | Mumbai | Published: July 11, 2014 1:00 am