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The makers of the Shahid Kapoor sports drama 'Jersey' have decided to postpone the theatrical release of the film after civil restrictions were re-imposed due to fears over the Omicron variant. The cricket-themed film is a remake of a Telugu movie that was scheduled to release in theatres on December 31.

Shahid Kapoor’s Jersey, which is helmed by Gowtam Tinnanuri, revolves around Arjun (Shahid), a failed cricketer who decides to fulfill his dream of representing Team India for his son.

The film that was supposed to be released on December 31, tells the story of a middle-aged cricketer, who gets back into the game for the love of his son. This is going to be Shahid’s next big release in a long time since his last release was the box office hit 'Kabir Singh'. 

The makers issued a statement saying, "In view of the current circumstances and new Covid guidelines we have decided to postpone the theatrical release of our film 'Jersey'. We have received immense love from you all so far and want to thank you all for everything. Until then everyone please stay safe and healthy, and wishing you all the best for the new year ahead!!"

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The film that was supposed to be released on December 31, tells the story of a middle-aged cricketer, who gets back into the game for the love of his son. This is going to be Shahid’s next big release in a long time since his last release was the box office hit 'Kabir Singh'. 

 

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