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Shah Rukh Khan, Kajol’s DDLJ will continue to be screened at Maratha Mandir

The official website of YRF has released an article, according to which the authorities have "decided to immediately reconsider their decision.

DDLJ, Maratha Mandir, DDLJ Maratha Mandir, SRK, Kajol. SRK Kajol DDL, Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge It was also reported that the final decision would be taken after a meeting with Yash Raj Films which was scheduled to be held on Wednesday.

Ever since the news of Shah Rukh Khan, Kajol’s ‘Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge’ being pulled out of Maratha Mandir at the end of the 1009-week glorious run came out, the Maratha Mandir management was flooded with requests to reinstate the movie. There was a spontaneous outcry of fans from all over the world especially on micro blogging site Twitter.

Also read – Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge’s run at Maratha Mandir gets a week’s extension

It was also reported that the final decision would be taken after a meeting with Yash Raj Films which was scheduled to be held on Wednesday.

However, the official website of YRF has released an article, according to which the authorities have “decided to immediately reconsider their decision. Given this, it has been mutually decided to continue the screening in the same 11:30 am morning show – without breaking the uninterrupted run of the movie.”

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Also read – SRK’s ‘Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge’ to be taken down from Maratha Mandir after 1009 weeks

Guess, the worry and tiffs over the cult love story which lasted for almost three days are finally over and it’s time for the fans to be happy again.

Raj, Simran and Bauji are here to stay.

First published on: 21-02-2015 at 03:37:12 pm
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