Prabhudheva and Tamannaah Bhatia's Khamoshi, which was slated to release on May 31, will now open on June 14. The makers have pushed the date to avoid a clash with "Devi 2". Producer of PYX Films, Saurabh Mishra said in a statement that the decision was taken collectively by the cast and distributors. He added, “When Tamannaah and Prabhudheva suggested the change we instantly agreed to it as we did not want the audience to choose between two movies with the same actors. It was a better alternative.”
In Khamoshi, Tamannaah plays a deaf and mute girl. The step was taken so that both the movies can enjoy equal box office success, read a statement. Saurabh Mishra of PYX Film said that June 14 was the "best option for us and was a collective decision taken by the cast and our distributors". According to the Deccan Chronicle, Khamoshi is the first-ever feature in India to be filmed with an 8k camera.
"Devi 2", a horror comedy, is a sequel to the 2016 film "Devi". The film features Prabhudheva, Tamannaah, Nandita Swetha, Dimple Hayati, Kovai Sarala, RJ Balaji and Saptagiri. Khamoshi has been directed by Chakri Toleti and also has Bhumika Chawla, Sanjay Suri playing pivotal roles in it. The trailer already created quite a lot of buzz around the film. We are eagerly looking forward to seeing how the move to postpone the film will affect its box office collections.