'Gully Boy' gets a release in Japan

An elated Ranveer said that it is a proud moment for team for everyone who has worked in the film.

Published: 12th September 2019 08:51 AM  |   Last Updated: 12th September 2019 08:51 AM   |  A+A-

A still from Gully Boy

A still from Gully Boy

By Express News Service

Zoya Akthar’s Gully Boy which saw Ranveer Singh play an aspiring rapper will now get a release in Japan. The rap-musical, also starring Alia Bhatt, will hit the screens in Japan next month. An elated Ranveer said that it is a proud moment for team for everyone who has worked in the film.

“I am very happy, very proud that Gully Boy is releasing in Japan. I have never been to Japan but only learnt, heard and seen the most wonderful things about the land of the rising sun. I hope to come there someday,” he said in a statement. Gully boy which was both critically and commercially successful, has its world premiere at the Berlin International Film Festival (BIFF). Last month, Akshay Kumar’s Kesari had a release in Japan.

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