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Release of 'Suryavanshi', postponement due to Maharashtra cinema not opening; Here's the latest update of Ranveer's 83

Release of 'Suryavanshi', postponement due to Maharashtra cinema not opening; Here's the latest update of Ranveer's 83

 


As per the government of India's unlock-5 rules, even though cinemas have been allowed to open in the country. However, the audience awaiting actor Akshay Kumar's film ' Surya Banshi ' will still be disappointed. The CEO of Reliance Entertainment, the producer of the film, has directly said that he will not release his film on this Diwali.

The central government has allowed the opening of theatres across the country but states like Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, and Tamil Nadu have allowed cinemas to remain closed for the time being. In these states, the locks will remain hanging on the same month and theatres. Their governments may implement the center's permission from next month.  The Reliance Company is afraid that when cinemas are closed in three major states of the country, there is no huge loss of release of the film on Diwali. 
"It is not a legitimate idea to release the ' Surya Banshi ' on this Diwali," Shibashiesh said in his statement. We don't even know whether cinemas will open in the main states of the country. The governments of Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, and Andhra Pradesh have declared that theatres are closed for the time being. Most states may start opening cinemas from around December 1. Another big film of the company ' 83 ' is in line to be released in cinemas. Regarding this film, Shibashiesh says that the film may not have to change the date of release on Christmas.


Some producers may have been compressed to release their films, but there is a wave of happiness in the owners of theatres. He welcomes and thanks to the Government's decision. Carnival Cinemas have already started preparations in this regard. The software for ticket booking has been updated. The government has allowed only 50 percent of the people together in the cinema halls.

Aakash Singh, director of The Agra-based Mr. Talkies, points out that his single-screen cinema is also ready to open from October 15. Initially, they will have the problem of new material. Till then, he will depend on some old films and films like Shakuntala Devi, Dil Poor, who have been released on ott. They say that because of the internet problem, a lot of people may not have been able to see these films on the OTT. And many people like to watch most films only in cinemas. So, their initial focus will be on the films released on the OTT. However, they are also afraid that the state government should not stop the opening of theatres at present.



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