‘Riyasat’ to be shown to Kaka’s Family First!

On Saturday, November 17th, 2012

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B-town late superstar Rajesh Khanna’s last film ‘Riyasat’ to hit the theaters this December.

Bollywood superstar Rajesh Khanna left this material world in July, leaving numerous memories behind him. But, to the great sorrow of the superstar’s family, his last movie ‘Riyasat’ couldn’t hit the theatres before his death. However, now the filmmakers have decided to release the movie this December and reportedly it will be first shown to Kaka’s family before it’s launch for the public.

Confirming the isuue, director of the movie Ashok Tyagi said, “I am going to show Kakaji’s (Rajesh Khanna’s) last film to his family members first. It’s worth a watch and I am sure they will love the film. I’m planning to show his last film to his family members including Dimple Kapadia, Akshay Kumar, Twinkle Khanna and Rinki Khanna.”

The movie, right now is on post production stage and what information we do have, Kaka plays a vital role in it. Informing about ts first show, the director said that he will send an official invitation to Kaka’s family for an exclusive trial show of the movie and he is also insisted to show it to the media, prior to its release. Apart, the actor is also much sure about the success of the movie.

The legendary actor Mr. Khanna breathed his last in July after protracted illness and a severe liver infection. But, he had finished the shoot of ‘Riyasat’ before his sad demise. Promotion of the movie will be ensued from December and the director says that he doesn’t fix a deadline for the movie. “I don’t want to hurry up just to meet the deadline. I am going to do my best. Since its Kakaji’s last film, I don’t want to keep any stone unturned and want to make this film a memorable one,” he said.

The movie is slated for December 28 release and the very next day is the 70th birth anniversary of the legend. So, it’s time to wait and watch one more show of the late legendary actor.

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