‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’ will release this Eid, confirms Kabir Khan

Salman Khan and Kareena Kapoor starrer, ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’ which revolves around a Muslim boy and Hindu girl love story slated to release this Eid. The trailer of the film is slated to release on May 21st.

Director Kabir Khan denied the report of ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’ being delayed. He confirmed on Twitter that the much-awaited romantic film will release on July this year.

"#BajrangiBhaijaan is definitely releasing this Eid... The media reports are rubbish...," he tweeted.

Starring Kareena Kapoor Khan and Nawazuddin Siddiqui in the lead roles, Kabir also shared a picture shooting at minus 2 degree."Minus 2 degrees... 11700 ft above sea level.. Zoji La pass.. Kashmir #BajrangiBhaijaan," he captioned the picture.

Salman Khan, who is in Kashmir for week long, is mesmerized by the beauty of the place.

"If you haven't seen Kashmir, you have seen nothing.

"This is my second trip to Kashmir this year. I have spent 40 days here. We will now be leaving the Valley after the successful shoot of our movie. We shot in Pahalgam and Sonamarg.

The superstar also said the people of Kashmir were "extremely gentle, beautiful, simple and well-mannered".

"I request others to come here. I had intended to come and shoot for 'Dabangg', but that did not happen," Salman said.

The star said he wanted cinema theatres to re-open in the Valley.

"Everyone watches movies here. Cinema theatres should be re-opened here. We would love to premiere a film here if theatres are re-opened," he said.

Salman said that he would like be the brand ambassador of Kashmir, "I would rather act as brand ambassador for the entire country."

Salman also disclosed his family connection to Kashmit.

"My maternal grandfather Baldev Singh Charak was from Jammu," he said.

Director Kabir Khan said that a teaser of ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’ would soon be unveiled.

"It is a larger than life portrayal of the political backdrop of the subcontinent.

"There is no negative portrayal of Kashmir in the film. It deals with the negative politics all of us are victims of," Kabir said.