Saif Ali Khan’s ‘Chef’ release date pushed to October 6: Find out the reason!
This year is all about Saif Ali Khan as he has a plethora of Bollywood projects in his hands. With a variety of roles, Saif Ali Khan is all set to mesmerise us with his effortlessly amazing screen presence.
Saif’s upcoming movie ‘Chef’ was slated to release on July 14th, but now the makers of the movie decide to push the release date to October 6.
‘Chef’ is a Bollywood remake of a Hollywood movie of the same name. The film revolves around the life of a professional chef, who quits his job at a popular Los Angeles restaurant, to launch a food truck with his friend and son.
Katrina Kaif and Ranbir Kapoor’s much-awaited ‘Jagga Jasoos’ is going to release on July 14th, so to avert the box-office clash, the producer got postponed Chef release date to Oct 6th.
Since Saif will be seen essaying different kinds of roles in his movies that will release this year, he told a leading daily about what kind of stories he would like to see this year. He said, ” English artist and art critic John Ruskin said if you want to tell the story of a country, look at three books — the book of words, the book of deeds and the book of its arts. One without the other is unreliable but if you do look at the arts, in Hindi movies, or even just a part — the villain — you will understand what’s going on. Earlier the villain was the feudal system, then money, followed by parents and later, yourself. In Dangal, however, and rightly so, the villains are mediocrity and backwardness. There are two Indias in a schizophrenic growth at the moment. One has energy and intelligence while the other is the same old villains weighing us down. ”
‘Chef’ is directed by Raja Krishna Menon and produced by T-Series and Abundantia Entertainment, the movie also stars south actor Padmapriya and child artiste Svar Kamble.
The film’s principal photography began in October 2016 in Kochi. And it was scheduled for a worldwide release on 14 July 2017. The release date has been updated to October 6th, 2017, to avoid conflict with other Bollywood movie of Anurag Basu’s awaited film Jagga Jasoos