Salman Khan’s Loveratri is LoveYatri now. See new poster here
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Salman Khan’s new film, starring Aayush Sharma and Warina Hussain, will be called LoveYatri now.


Salman Khan’s latest production, Loveratri starring brother-in-law Aayush Sharma and newcomer Warina Hussain, is now LoveYatri. Yes, you read it right. Days before the release of the film, the makers have decided on a name change.
Taking to social media, Salman on Tuesday, wrote: “This is not a spelling mistake... #loveyatri #lovetakesover...@SKFilmsOfficial @aaysharma @Warina_Hussain @abhiraj21288 @TSeries.” He also shared a new poster of the film.
This has been done to avoid any trouble with the censor board of India and Karni Sena, the Rajput outfit which made life miserable for Sanjay Leela Bhansali, ahead of the release of his ambitious Padmaavat late last year and early this year.
Sources close to the development said, “Taking into consideration the concerns from the censor board and sensitivity of Karni Sena towards the title of the film, the makers decided to release the film as LoveYatri. Producer Salman Khan decided to opt for a change in title considering the safety and best interest of his audience.”



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