No release of Big B starrer Chehre on April 9 due to rise in COVID 19 cases!
As we all know that the second wave of COVID 19 is on a significant rise and each day is coming up with new cases of this lethal virus. While numerous rules and regulations are being followed to curb the widespread of coronavirus, the COVID 19 cases continue to rise evidently following which it is once again taking a toll on normal life and the entertainment industry. In fact, the occupancy in theatres has once more restricted given the current scenario. Due to rise in COVID 19 cases, the makers of Amitabh Bachchan and Emraan Hashmi starrer Chehre have decided to reschedule the release of the thriller drama.
For the information, Chehre was anticipated to hit the theatres on April 9 this year. But, the makers have released a statement about postponing the release until further notice. The statement read as, “Due to the rising cases of COVID 19 and new guidelines for cinemas, we are unable to release our movie Chehre on 9th April and have decided to postpone until further notice. We have received an overwhelming response on our trailer and we are grateful for all the love and support. We have decided to bring Chehre to audience theatrically when the environment is more conducive for the experience. See you in cinemas very soon, until then stay safe and healthy! Cover your Chehre with a mask and don’t forget to use sanitiser.”
Directed by Rumy Jafry, Chehre also features Krystle D’Souza, Annu Kapoor, Raghubir Yadav, Siddhanth Kapoor in important roles.