Pakistani actress and show host Mahira Khan is all set to clash with Salman Khan. We mean their films are clashing as they are releasing on the same days. Pakistani film Bin Roye, starring Mahira Khan is all set to have a release in India on Eid, which happens to be the same day when Salman Khan starrer hugely anticipated movie Bajrangi Bhaijaan. Bin Roye is the first Pakistani movie which is being released prominently in India. While Bajrangi Bhaijaan releases in more than 1000 screens, Bin Roye will release in 75-100 screens.

Mahira Khan acquired Indian fan following with her hit Pakistani show Humsafar, which was aired on Indian channels, last year.

She has been cast in Raees opposite Shah Rukh Khan, which has elevated the curiosity of the audience.

Media watchers are surprised that Bin Roye is releasing on the same date as that of Bajrangi Bhaijaan. Salman Khan's film is releasing in maximum number of screens, leaving very little scope for any other release.

Bin Roye stars Mahira along with Armeena Rana Khan and Humayun Saeed in the lead role. Directed by Shahzad Kashmiri and Momina Duraid, this is the saga of obsession in love that leads to jealousy and rivalry between two girls, in love with the same boy. The film already has an Indian connection as singers Ankit Tiwari and Rekha Bharadwaj have recorded two songs for Bin Roye. Distributed by B4U, the makers are hopeful that a section of the audience would watch the movie at the theatres.

Most Indian films release regularly in Pakistan, but there are only a few Pakistani films that get released in Indian theatres. Films such as Khuda Key Liye, Bol and Zinda Bhaag are a few films that were widely appreciated in India.

The makers are hopeful that maximum visibility and good content will help in promotion of Bin Roye.

The music of Bin Roye has become popular in Pakistan. Besides India, the movie will also release in Canada, UK and USA, where the film is expected to do a good business. Mahira Khan is among the favourite actresses in Pakistan and a large number of Pakistan diaspora is anxiously waiting for her film.

Mahira will soon fly down to Mumbai, to shoot her portions of Raees.

The film directed by Rahul Dholakia is about a Gujrati bootlegger and Shah Rukh Khan will reprise the role of rustic Gujrati don. The actor confirmed in an interview that he will be seen in an "earthy role" for the first time.