MUMBAI: After a year-long wait, when the film ran into the nitty-gritty’s of the Censor Board, Warner Bros is set to release Horrible Bosses across India on 25 May, eleven months after its international release.
Initially, the film was to release on 8 July last year but since the Censors raised several issues in terms of content it took over a year for the makers to solve. The film has since been certified with a ‘A’ certificate.
The plot follows three friends, played by Jason Bateman, Charlie Day and Jason Sudeikis who decide to murder their respective abusive bosses.
When it released in June last year, Horrible Bosses exceeded financial expectations and accrued over $28 million in the first three days to make it the number two film in the US in its opening weekend and later went on to become the highest grossing black comedy film of all time by grossing over $209 million worldwide.