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    <i>Namastey London</i> moves ahead

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    By: Taran Adarsh, IndiaFM
    Thursday, December 14, 2006
    With Eklavya - The Royal Guard getting shifted to 16th February, 2007, we had hinted that there was a strong possibility of Namastey London and Shakalaka Boom Boom getting shifted to a latter date.

    Vipul Shah, the maker of Namastey Londons, has decided to avert the clash with Eklavya. "I don't want to be egoistic and clash with Eklavya," he tells me, "What's the point? Why should we cut into each other's pie? I am ready to wait for a week or two." So is Namastey London arriving a week later? "Right now, I am undecided about the date. But I may settle for 23rd February or 2nd March," he reveals.

    Meanwhile, Suneel Darshan is maintaining 16th February for Shakalaka Boom Boom. "However, Himesh has to give me one more song. He has been extremely busy of late. But I am keen to release my film on 16th February," Suneel states.

    While on clashes, K Sera Sera has decided against releasing two of their films on the same date. Initially, both I See You and Risk were slated for 29th December release, but K Sera Sera have decided to give a 2-week break between the films. While I See You will now make it on 29th December, Risk has been shifted to 12th January. 

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