Karan Johar accidentally revealed the release date of his upcoming directorial 'Takht'?

After rumours of Karan Johar's film upcoming directorial titled Takht being shelved surfaced, he recently took to his Instagram story to announce that the prep of his film as kickstarted, while he also accidentally revealed the release date of the movie.

Karan Johar accidentally revealed the release date of his upcoming directorial 'Takht'? Karan Johar accidentally revealed the release date of his upcoming directorial 'Takht'? Source : Press

Karan Johar's next project titled 'Takht' is a multi-starrer period drama. The film is set in Mughal Era has an ensemble cast of Anil Kapoor, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Ranveer Singh, Alia Bhatt, Vicky Kaushal, Bhumi Pednekar and Janhvi Kapoor. Though the film was announced about a year back, the film of the film has not gone on floors yet. It was also recently rumoured how the film would be shelved. But seems like they are nothing but just rumours.

Karan recently took to his Instagram story and gave fans a glimpse of what appeared to be his whole team preparing for Takht. In the short video, Karan is seen filming in and around his offices, while he also gives a glimpse of the set photos. But he zoomed on a poster, where the release date is shown as December 2020. Did that happen by mistake? Well, we aren't so sure about it!

A source recently spoke to an entertainment portal and revealed how Karan's team is working vigorously to get the research material and everything in place. The source also revealed that there is a separate room in Dharma, where all the brainstorming takes place and the team also looks out for pictures to set up the scenario from the Mughal era, such as how the houses in that era was or how the warfare looked like - all of it is being properly looked upon. The source revealed that a huge set will be built in Mumbai and the work on that will also begin soon. The source further stated, "As of now, Takht will roll out by the end of 2019 or early next year around January 2020."