Shahid Kapoor was extremely excited to see Jersey in the cinema. The actor delivered a standout performance in Kabir Singh, and this Nani movie is no exception. However, it was postponed due to an increase in Covid-19 cases. Shortly afterwards, rumors circulated that the makers of ‘Jersey’ were planning a digital release of the film, while another report claimed that Shahid took a pay cut from his fee of Rs 31 crore in order not to release the film digitally. .
Shahid Kapoor seems to have helped his producers with this. The film is very close to the actor’s heart, and he did his best, even if that meant cutting his fee significantly. According to reports, Shahid has decided to lower the royalties if necessary to get Jersey in the cinema.
View this post on InstagramAdvertisement
Shahid Kapoor seems adamant that Jersey will be released in theaters. He is ecstatic about the product. The actor is confident that the audience will enjoy the film. Ranveer Singh’s 83 has recently suffered at the box office as it competed with Pushpa and Spider-Man: No Way Home. The film has lost millions of rupees. Jersey is being produced on a much lower budget, but the makers were still concerned. The filmmakers were surprised when the Delhi government announced that the cinemas would be closing. Mrunal Thakur is starring in the sports drama.
After rising Covid cases, Jersey’s team had been given an advance warning that Delhi’s cinemas could be closed soon. As a result, they held several meetings to discuss the film’s future course of action, as their entire marketing campaign had already started and there wasn’t much left to promote.
(Also Read: Shahid Kapoor Talks About His Kids Unaware of His Profession – DEETS INSIDE)
This rumor that Shahid Kapoor is taking a pay cut is false. In an interview, when asked about the bizarre rumor, the source added, Shahid would like this movie to hit theaters so there’s less chance of ‘Jersey’ skipping a theatrical release.
The post Shahid Kapoor Takes THIS Powerful Step To Prevent Jersey Release On Digital Platform – REPORTS appeared first on Zee5 News.