'Talaash' releasing Nov 30: Aamir Khan
He says that the film has shaped up well and is coming out on schedule.
Written and directed by Reema Kagti, 'Talaash' marks the coming together of Aamir, Ritesh Sidhwani and Farhan Akhtar after the 2001 release 'Dil Chahta Hai'.
"I would like to clarify that 'Talaash' is releasing as planned on Nov 30th," Aamir told us and added: "Over the last few weeks I have noticed that there have been some attempts to spread rumours about the film. Clearly someone is not very happy with the way it is progressing, and I can assure that that someone is not anyone from our team."
This is Aamir's first big release after '3 Idiots', which came in 2009, and he has teamed up with Kareena Kapoor and Rani Mukherjee in the thriller.
Denying any rift between the filmmakers, he asserted that "Reema, Farhan, Ritesh, and I are very happy with the way 'Talaash' has turned out."
There were reports that the film is being delayed as Aamir is not happy with the final product.
A source close to the actor said, "Everyone knows how meticulous Aamir Khan is as a planner. He wouldn't let any of his projects not have his attention or his time."
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