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By Siddharth Singh . 22nd January 2018 04:48pm

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=klYPW2o4_9s Seems like the year 2018 is full of struggles from Bollywood to regional film cinema. Why do we say so? Movies just don't seem to release on the scheduled dates. After the much controversial yet to release Sanjay Leela Bhansali directorial "Padmaavat", many films in the industry have got affected. Talking of Bollywood where Akshay Kumar's "Pad Man" was to see a release on January 26, whereas Padmaavat is scheduled for a release on January 25. Akshay has simply postponed his movie until February 9. Now in Pollywood where the much-anticipated film "Laavaan Phere" was to release on February 9 has now been postponed to 16 February. Not just them but other big budget movies like "Soorma", Sonu Ki Titu Ki Sweety", "Hate Story 4", "Aiyaari" and "Pari", all have seen a delay for some or the other reason. Postponing the release date seems to have become a trend this year. Well, the sad part of the story pal, we need to enhance our patience level to watch Roshan Prince romancing Rubina Bajwa, damn! ‘Laavaan Phere’ is a comedy-drama the film stars actor-singer Roshan Prince and Rubina Bajwa in the lead role. The shoot of the film had initiated on March 25 last year and the official trailer for the film is out. Other than the latter actors veteran B.N. Sharma, Karamjit Anmol, Gurpreet Ghuggi and Harby Sangha will also be seen playing a major part in the film. The movie is directorial of prominent helmer Smeep Kang. The story of the film has been written by Pali Bhupendra who earlier wrote the script of Roshan Prince starrer ‘Main Tera 22 Tu Mera 22’. Major sequences of the film have been shot in the foreign lands. Prominent artist Karmjit Anmol who is playing a major part in the film has also turned producer with this movie.