Emergency Release Date

Kangana Ranaut’s Film Emergency Release Date Postponed to 2024

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Actor and filmmaker Kangana Ranaut has announced an important update about her much awaited film, ‘Emergency,’ on the social media platform X (Twitter).

Originally scheduled for release on November 24, 2023, the film’s release date has been postponed to the following year, 2024, due to adjustments in the release schedule of Kangana’s upcoming projects.

In her announcement post, Kangana expressed her gratitude for the overwhelming response to the film’s teaser and shared her dedication to ‘Emergency.’ She plays the role of India’s former Prime Minister, Smt. Indira Gandhi, in the film. The new release date for ‘Emergency’ is yet to be disclosed and Kangana requested her fans’ patience and excitement for the film.

“Dear friends,
I have an important announcement to make. Emergency movie is the culmination of my entire life’s learnings and earnings as an artist. Emergency is not just a film for me it’s a test of my worth and character as an individual. Tremendous response that our teaser and other units got from everyone encouraged us all. My heart is full of gratitude and wherever I go people ask me about Emergency’s release date. We have announced Emergency release date as 24th November 2023 but because of all the changes in my back to back releasing films calendar and over packed last quarter of 2024 we have decided to shift Emergency to next year (2024). New release date will be announced soon, please bear with us, your anticipation, curiosity and excitement for the film means a lot.

Yours truly Kangana Ranaut” – she wrote on X. Take a look at her post below –

Produced under her banner, Manikarnika Films, the film boasts a star-studded cast, including Anupam Kher, Mahima Chaudhry, Shreyas Talpade, Milind Soman and late Satish Kaushik. Directed and written by Kangana herself, the film promises to be a culmination of her artistic journey.

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