Ajay Devgn On Maidaan’s Box Office Clash With Bade Miyan Chote Miyan: “Both Will Do Well”


Bollywood star Ajay Devgn is not worried about his upcoming film “Maidaan” and Akshay Kumar and Tiger Shroff-led “Bade Miyan Chote Miyan” clashing at the box office as he believes there is audience for both the movies. “Maidaan”, a period sports drama, while “Bade Miyan Chote Miyan”, is an action thriller. They will hit the screens on April 10 on the day of Eid.

Devgn said he does not look at both movies releasing on the same day as a clash.

“I would not call it a clash. If you call it clash, then it means that two films should not be released on the same day. But there are times when you have to do this.

“Both films are of different genres. We are all like a family, we are friends. We are not looking at it like a clash, we are looking at it like a big weekend and both the films will do well,” the actor said at the trailer launch of the film.

“Maidaan” tackles the true story of Syed Abdul Rahim (played by Devgn), who served as a coach and manager of the Indian football team from 1950 until his death in 1963.

Devgn said he wasn’t aware about the golden years of Indian football and when he heard a brief about the film from producer Boney Kapoor, he instantly agreed to do it.

He also said the film challenged him as an actor.

“After 1983 (referring to India’s win in the cricket world cup), football was lost somewhere. I was amazed that this happened in our country. We had Amit Sharma (director), who did extensive research,” he said.

“I would not call it just a sports film. It has got so much drama. As an actor, it was a film with so many layers. It is very strong in its emotional drama, …read more

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