Shahid Kapoor starrer Jersey, which was scheduled for a theatrical launch on December 31, has been postponed amid the rising Covid-19 circumstances and fears of the omicron variant. An announcement launched by the makers mentioned that the discharge has been postponed because of the “new Covid guidelines.”
The assertion learn, “In view of the current circumstances and new Covid guidelines we have decided to postpone the theatrical release of our film Jersey. We have received immense love from you all so far and want to thank you all for everything. Until then everyone please stay safe and healthy, and wishing you all the best for the new year ahead!! Team Jersey!!” Delhi introduced a yellow alert on Monday, and closed down theatres, amongst different measures.
Additionally starring Mrunal Thakur and Pankaj Kapoor, Jersey was initially scheduled to launch in 2020 however was postponed amid the primary lockdown. Directed by Gowtam Tinnanuri, the movie is the Hindi remake of the Telugu unique which starred Nani within the lead position.
In an earlier dialog with indianexpress.com, Shahid had spoken concerning the viewers returning to the theatres. He mentioned, “I think if the film is good, it finds its place. In the last two years, because of the pandemic, theatres were shut for so long, and there are many films waiting to be released. There were many people who did not release their films fearing that many movies are coming out together. But I believe that if you believe in your product and if you are passionate and if you have the conviction in you, then you’ll know that the audience has one week to decide how they like my film. It doesn’t matter what film comes before us or after us, every film has its own destiny.”
A brand new launch date for Jersey is but to be introduced.