Why Did 'Mirza' Movie's Release Date Get Pushed Back? Actor-Producer Ankush Reveals

The much-anticipated film 'Mirza', produced by Ankush Hazra, has been a topic of discussion among cinema enthusiasts. Originally scheduled for release on April 10th, Wednesday, the film's premiere has been delayed by a day and is now set for April 11th, Thursday.

Fans eagerly awaiting the film's release were disappointed to learn of the delay. However, Ankush Hazra has provided insight into the decision, citing considerations for the upcoming elections. Despite multiple films opting for pre-election releases, Ankush prioritised audience convenience, ensuring viewers weren't deterred by electoral commitments on the initial release date.

According to Ankush, rescheduling the release date to April 11th, a Thursday, offers audiences a more relaxed viewing experience as opposed to a busy weekday like Wednesday, April 10th. This strategic move aims to maximise audience turnout and engagement, aligning with Ankush's dedication to delivering an enjoyable cinematic experience.

Additionally, the competitive landscape on April 10th with the release of two major Hindi films, 'Maidaan' and 'Bade Miyan Chote Miyan', influenced Ankush's decision. While these films target evening and nighttime screenings, Ankush prioritises morning shows for 'Mirza', catering to a different audience segment.

Mirza Movie Release

'Mirza' features Ankush Hazra in the titular role, alongside Indrila Sen as his love interest, Muskaan. The ensemble cast includes notable actors such as Kaushik Ganguly, Rishi Kaushik, Shoaib Kabeer, Priya Mondal, and Shantilal Mukherjee, promising a captivating cinematic experience for audiences.

Despite the slight delay, anticipation remains high for 'Mirza', with fans eagerly awaiting its release on April 11th, eager to witness Ankush Hazra's directorial prowess and the stellar performances of the ensemble cast.

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