We all know that two bigges releasing on the same date always end up eating into each other’s business. Time and again, it has been proved and accepted that a solo release always helps as the audience does not have the spending power to see two big films in the same week. So, will the audience shell out their hard earned moolah on two biggies releasing one after the other? Come new year and we will see two titans not clashing but releasing back to back. If Salman Khan’s Veer is scheduled for January 22, it will be followed by Amitabh Bachchan’s Rann on January 29. If Shah Rukh Khan will appear in a different avtaar in My Name Is Khan on February 12, it will be followed by either Farhan Akhtar’s Karthik Calling Karthik or Amitabh Bachchan’s Teen Patti (one of these films are expected to be preponed from their announced release date, February 26).The latest we hear is that recently Prakash Jha announced the release date of the biggest film of his career, Rajneeti to be on May 28 and now the news is afloat that, just one week before, Mani Ratnam will release his magnum opus Raavan on May 21.Now call it a co-incidence, if Jha’s Rajneeti is said to be a modern-day Mahabharata, Ratnam’s Raavan is reportedly a modern-day Ramayana.