Priyanka Chopra's MARY KOM and Akshay Kumar's GABBAR release date out editorial
2 April 2014
Priyanka Chopra's MARY KOM and Akshay Kumar's GABBAR release date out

By Glamsham Editorial

Viacom18 Motion Pictures (VMP) along with SLB Films of Sanjay Leela Bhansali announced the release dates of the most anticipated films - MARY KOM and GABBAR.

Interestingly both the biggies are releasing during the festive period!

Taking forward the phenomenal success of QUEEN, the studio is all geared up to present the inspiring story of India's greatest female sportsperson Mary Kom. The film directed by Omung Kumar and starring Priyanka Chopra is set to hit theatres on 2nd October 2014 (Gandhi Jayanti).

GABBAR the much awaited action thriller from the VMP stable starring Akshay Kumar and Shruti Hassan, directed by Krish is slated to release on 23rd January 2015 (Republic Day weekend).

So, gear up for some thrill on the coming festive occasions with Priyanka Chopra and Akshay Kumar!

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