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Fans demand national holiday for Yash starrer ‘KGF: Chapter 2’

Fans down South sure are always pumped up for the movie releases of their favourite stars. And as it turns out, Yash starrer KGF: Chapter 2 has already raked in a demand from fans. It was only a matter of time that the fans went gaga as the team announced the release date. And now, here’s a little something new.

Fans of Yash starrer KGF: Chapter 2 have demanded that the release date be declared a holiday. The movie also features Sanjay Dutt and Raveena Tandon in pivotal roles. The announcement for the movie’s release date came in with a new poster. Yash wrote, ”Fasten your seat belt cause the date is set.” KGF Chapter 2 will release on July 16, 2021.

And now, fans of KGF have written a letter to PM Narendra Modi urging him to declare the date as a national holiday. Fan emotion is definitely at an all-time high, and this is proof of the same.

The letter reads, “As we all know the most expected Yash’s KGF: Chapter 2 releasing on 16/7/2021 Friday. People are eagerly waiting for the movie, so we are requesting you to declare a national holiday. Try to understand our feelings. It’s not just a movie it’s our emotion.”

Here’s a Tweet urging a national holiday for Yash starrer KGF: Chapter 2:

Yash starrer KGF: Chapter 2 will release in July and the first installment also saw Yash in the lead role. Along with the superstar, it also had an ensemble cast. The teaser of KGF Chapter 2 came out on Yash’s birthday and it clocked in 16 million views in just 10 hours. The teaser also saw glimpses of the star along with Sanjay aka Adheera.

KGF Chapter 2 is an absolutely much-awaited film. In fact, after the response to the teaser of KGF Chapter 2, high hopes ride on this one as well. As the movie is all set to get a theatre release, the release date of KGF Chapter 2 still seems far!

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