Salman Khan's 'Jai Ho' trailer launch postponed
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Superstar Salman Khan, who was all set to launch the trailer of his forthcoming film 'Jai Ho' tomorrow (December 5) has postponed the plan.
Actress Sana Khan of 'Bigg Boss' fame, who is all set to make her Bollywood debut in the Salman Khan starrer film tweeted: "The first look promo of Jai Ho will not be launched tomorrow. It will be launched tentatively on 11th or 12th December..!"
Just been informed by Eros, #JaiHo trailer launch is not happening tomorrow [Thu], as planned earlier. Is most likely to happen next week.— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) December 4, 2013
trailer was supposed to be launched at a single-screen theatre in Mumbai the presence of moviegoers instead of of the traditional way of launching in the presence of media.
'Jai Ho' is a story of an upright common man who fights a solitary war against corruption and injustice. The film, a remake of Telugu film 'Stalin', also stars Tabu, Daisy Shah and Danny Denzongpa, among others.
The film, directed by Sohail Khan, is scheduled to release on January 24.
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