Khamoshi: Prabhu Deva, Tamannaah Bhatia's horror film to now release on 14 June

Khamoshi, directed by Chakri Toleti, also stars Bhumika Chawla and Sanjay Suri in pivotal roles.

FP Staff May 24, 2019 14:25:09 IST
Khamoshi: Prabhu Deva, Tamannaah Bhatia's horror film to now release on 14 June

Tamannaah Bhatia and Prabhudeva's upcoming horror film Khamoshi will now open in theatres of 14 June instead of 31 May. Directed by Chakri Toleti, the film stars Tamannaah as a deaf-mute and Prabhu Deva as the antagonist. Bhumika Chawla, best known for Tere Naam opposite Salman Khan, will also be seen in a pivotal role.

According to Indo-Asian News Service the decision was taken to avoid a clash with the Tamil horror comedy Devi 2, also starring Prabhu Deva, Tamannaah along with  Kovai Sarala, R J Balaji, Ajmal Amir, Nanditha Swetha and Dimple Hayathi. Saurabh Mishra of PYX Film called this the "best option for us and was a collective decision taken by the cast and our distributors."

"When Tamannaah and Prabhu Deva suggested the change we instantly agreed to it as we did not want the audience to choose between two movies with the same actors. It was a better alternative," he added.

As per various media reports, Prabhas will feature in a cameo appearance in Khamoshi. The film has been shot with Nayanthara in Tamil, and will be called Kolaiyuthir Kaalam.

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