Only when you think nothing can go worse between actors Kangana Ranaut and Hrithik Roshan, the Bollywood buzz proves you wrong. As per the latest reports in the grapevine, the two stars might just again gear up to battle it out at the Box Office with their respective upcoming releases. The speculations are rife that the makers of Kangana’s upcoming film – Mental Hai Kya, might just reschedule and release the film alongside Hrithik starrer Super 30.
After citing post-production issues as the reason, the makers of Super 30 announced that the film will be hitting the screens on July 26. And now, if the rumours are anything to go by, Mental Hai Kya is also expected to be postponed to July 26 from June 21. This also means that Shahid Kapoor’s Kabir Singh will see a clean release at the Box Office if Mental Hai Kya gets postponed. The Sandeep Vanga-directorial was releasing on June 21.
Even though there’s no confirmation on the news, it won’t be a surprise considering Kangana always seemed excited about having her film clash with a film featuring Hrithik at the Box Office. Interestingly, Super 30 was earlier getting readied for a January 25 release when Kangana and her team announced to release Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi on the same date. Post which the makers of Super 30 postponed the release of their film to July. And now, seems like the history just wants to repeat itself!
Meanwhile, recently after the release of her last film, Kangana was asked to comment on a dialogue from Manikarnika that appeared strikingly similar to one of Hrithik’s dialogue from Mohenjodaro. In one of the scenes, Kangana’s character Manikarnika says, “Jhansi aap bhi chahte hai aur mein bhi, fark sirf itna hai, aapko raj karna hai, aur mujhe apno ki seva.” The audience was instantly reminded of Hrithik’s dialogue when he says, “Antar hai maham, tujhe Mohenjo Daro pe raj karna hai, aur mujhe seva”. The actor, who’s going to play the role of Jayalalithaa in her next film, took a dig on the comparison and said, “Who has seen that film? Let’s not even get there.”