Jersey Release Postponed, New Date Will Be Announced Soon

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Jersey Release Postponed: Due to an increase in Covid-19 cases and concerns about the omicron variant, the Jersey Release date has been postponed. It was earlier scheduled for a 31st December release.  The decision was taken keeping in mind “new Covid guidelines,” according to the creators.

“The release of Jersey has been delayed by us because of current circumstances of the spreading omicron virus and due to the new Covid guidelines. We have received a tremendous amount of love from all of you so far, and we want to express our gratitude. Until then, everyone, please stay safe and healthy, and best wishes for the new year.” The creators of the movie posted.  Delhi issued a yellow alert on Monday and closed theatres.

The film is directed by Gowtham Tinnanuri and is a remake of the Telugu film with the same name. Jersey has Shahid Kapoor, Mrunal Thakur, Pankaj Kapur, Ronit Kamra, and Geetika Mehandru in main roles.  The story follows Arjun, a cricketer who is forced to return to the field and confront his past in order to keep a promise he made to his son.

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The story revolves around Shahid Kapoor, who plays Arjun, a talented cricketer who retires from the sport due to politics. He falls in love with a girl. After being falsely accused of bribery, he loses his job despite his outstanding performance. The film takes a turn when his son asks for an Indian cricket team jersey.

Delhi theatres were asked to close on Tuesday. The Delhi government has ordered the closure of cinema halls, theatres, and multiplexes to combat the rise in COVID-19 cases. This follows the announcement on Tuesday by Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal that the national capital would be placed on yellow alert.

In Delhi restaurants, bars are all set to operate at 50% capacity; cinema halls, spas, gyms, multiplexes are also being operated in the same condition, according to the new COVID-19 order.

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