Rajkummar Rao's Hansal Mehta directed Omerta to clash with Patralekha starrer Nanu Ki Janu on 20 April

Rajkummar Rao and Patralekha's films will go head to head at the box office when Hansal Mehta's critically acclaimed Omerta clashes with Nanu Ki Janu.

FP Staff March 14, 2018 13:52:10 IST
Rajkummar Rao's Hansal Mehta directed Omerta to clash with Patralekha starrer Nanu Ki Janu on 20 April

Rajkummar Rao’s highly acclaimed movie, Hansal Mehta’s Omertà, is going to clash with his City Lights co-star Patrlakeha’s upcoming movie, the Abhay Deol starrer Nanu Ki Janu, as both movies have announced 20 April as their release date.

While Omertà’s first look poster has been tweeted with the date 20 April displayed prominently, Patraleka’s Nanu Ki Janu too has confirmed its release date.

First look poster of Hansal Mehta’s upcoming film #Omertà... Narrates the story of terrorist Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh... Rajkummar Rao essays the lead role... Trailer on 14 March 2018... 20 April 2018 release. pic.twitter.com/qdTGpa5cjh

#Omerta the story of an Antagonist. Trailer will be out in 2 days. Easily the toughest character I’ve played till date. pic.twitter.com/pa9S5qhhYD — Rajkummar Rao (@RajkummarRao) March 12, 2018

The comedy Nanu Ki Janu is touted as an ‘after-life love story’. Abhay plays an agent for the Delhi land mafia and people in the construction business in the film. 

Besides Hansal Mehta's City Lights, Rao and Patralekha have also shared screen space in Bose: Dead/Alive, a historical fiction show on Ekta Kapoor's ALTBalaji streaming service.

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