‘Raees’ teaser has been released and now fans are eagerly awaiting the release of the movie. The movie that stars actors Shah Rukh Khan and Nawazuddin Siddiqui is being reported to getting delayed due to the busy schedules of the actors. The busy schedule of the actors has henceforth resulted to date clashes, which in turn is delaying the shooting of their upcoming film ‘Raees’. Nawazuddin has given some hits lately, the recent being Manjhi that was critically acclaimed and appreciated by everyone.
The actors has earlier worked with Salman Khan and given blockbusters like “Kick” and “Bajrangi Bhaijaan”, and now he is ready to share the screen space with Shah Rukh Khan in ‘Raees’ movie. But the actors haven’t yet been successful in working together and are busy with their other projects. Apparently, their dates have not been matching for the shooting of the movie.
Reportedly, Shah Rukh is being kept busy by Rohit Shetty for their upcoming release “Dilwale”. The actor has been shooting lately in Iceland and is keeping busy with Dilwale’s schedule, while Nawazuddin is having a hectic schedule for some short films and has other prior commitments. Shah Rukh will be seen in Dilwale and Raees, along with another film lined up, titled as Fan. However, the actors are trying their best to not delay the movie ‘Raees’ further and begin with the shooting. They are trying to match with each other’s timing. ‘Raees’ is a movie, the story line of which revolves around Gujarat; however there won’t be any shooting in Gujarat. The reason behind this is apparently the bitter aftermath Rahul Dholakia’s Parzania received which was based on 2002 communal riots.
‘Raees’ is directed by Rahul Dholakia, and the movie will also see Pakistani actress Mahira Khan making her debut. Shah Rukh Khan will be seen in a negative shade in the movie and he will be playing the role of a merciless bootlegger. Meanwhile, Shah Rukh’s “Raees” is slated to release on Republic Day 2017 and hence chances are that it might clash with Hrithik Roshan’s movie Kaabil.