The release of Habib Faisal’s upcoming film, 'Daawat-e-Ishq', that stars Parineeti Chopra and Aditya Roy Kapur, has been postponed. If sources are to be believed, Aditya Chopra is apparently not happy with certain portions of the film.

A source from the industry says, “When Aditya Chopra saw the film, he was not happy with some of the scenes. So now some sequences will be re-shot and the release date of the film has been pushed ahead.”
When contacted, director Habib Faisal denied that that Aditya Chopra is unhappy with the way the film has shaped up.

“These are all rumours. Everybody in the team is very happy with the film’s progress. But after a film is shot, one needs time to edit it and work on things like sound design, background music, sound mix and picture grading. We are still working on the film’s postproduction, and that is why the release has been pushed ahead. It’s a planned decision as we wish to make a quality film,” he said.

Rafiq Gangjee of YRF films chimed in that the film has been pushed ahead as it’s not yet ready to hit the cinema halls.

“Rather than rushing the process and possibly compromising on the creative product, a prudent and common sense decision was taken to postpone the release,” he said.

Another source close to the production house adds, “The film was slated to release on May 9, but now its release has been pushed ahead. The film’s new date has not yet been finalised.”

Courtesy: Mid-Day

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