Akshay Kumar’s Sooryavanshi and Ranveer Singh-starrer 83 have now been tentatively slated for the primary quarter of 2021. The movies have been delayed because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Commerce analyst Taran Adarsh took to Twitter to announce the information. He stated, “ALL EYES ON FIRST QUARTER OF 2021… #Sooryavanshi and #83TheFilm to launch in *cinemas* NEXT YEAR … Each will launch *earlier than* 31 March 2021… Launch dates *NOT* finalised but.”
Sooryavanshi stars Akshay and Katrina Kaif in lead roles. It’s the third instalment in Rohit Shetty’s cop franchise. The movie boasts of some by no means seen earlier than motion and also will have particular appearances by Ranveer as Inspector Sangram ‘Simmba’ Bhalerao and Ajay Devgn as DCP Bajirao Singham. Jackie Shroff, Nikitin Dheer, Sikandar Kher are additionally part of the movie.
83 is directed by Kabir Khan and stars Ranveer within the function of veteran cricketer Kapil Dev. The movie chronicles the story of India’s first Cricket World Cup win in 1983. Deepika Padukone shall be seen within the function of Kapil’s spouse Romi Dev in addition to a number of others like Saqib Saleem, Ammy Virk, Harrdy Sandhu stepping in to play a number of of his cricketer teammates.
The discharge of each the movies is postponed by virtually a 12 months as a result of coronavirus pandemic. Cinemas in a number of components of the nation have now opened after virtually seven months, ushering in a brand new period of ‘contactless’ film watching within the shadow of a pandemic with alternate seating, 50% capability and packaged snacks. The SOPs mandated by the Union authorities embrace one seat distance in halls, 50% capability, masks in any respect time, correct air flow and air conditioner temperature settings at above 23 levels Celsius.
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Apart from necessary temperature checks, masks, pedal-operated touch-free hand sanitisers, multiplexes have gone digital with e-tickets as a substitute of conventional paper tickets, self-check in with QR codes, sharing of the auditorium’s seat chart and placement of the seat and on-line ordering of meals and drinks.
(With PTI inputs)
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