On Wednesday, the motion poster of Ganapath, starring Tiger Shroff and Kriti Sanon, was released, along with the announcement of the film’s release date. The film, directed by Vikas Bahl, also features Amitabh Bachchan in a prominent role.
Scheduled to release in Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam, and Kannada on October 20, the motion poster showcased Tiger flexing his muscles in his usual style. However, the poster also caught the attention of netizens for the misspelling of Malayalam as “Malayalam.”
Several Malayalam-speaking fans pointed out the error in the comments section, with one user suggesting that “it would be nice if Malayalam was spelled correctly.” Another user corrected the spelling to “#malayalam” instead of “Malayalam.”
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Apart from the misspelling, some fans expressed concern that the film might turn out to be a rehash of Tiger’s previous franchises, such as Baaghi and Heropanti. Nevertheless, the film has generated considerable buzz as it marks the reunion of Tiger and Kriti on screen since their debut film, Heropanti.
Ganapath is touted as the first installment of a planned franchise, with the film’s full title being Ganapath Part 1. As the release date draws closer, fans are eagerly anticipating the film’s arrival and hoping that it lives up to their expectations.