PublicNews18: How Corona Stayed With Virus bollywood
On the one hand, if the world is stalled by the Corona virus, on the other hand, with closed cinema houses and movie stars at home, Bollywood is struggling with its emptiness.
Last month, Bollywood fans were buzzing around the world. The latest offering from Rohit Shetty’s ‘Super Cop’ series was slated to release on the big screen on March 24.
The producer of ‘Surya Vanishi‘ was expecting an explosive opening at the box office as it had an official holiday in India on the day of its release.
But conditions were changing and the government implemented a 21-day lockdown to stop the spread of the Corona virus in India.
And then the release of ‘Syria Vanishi’ was indefinitely postponed. And this has not just happened with ‘Syria Vanish’.
The release date of Manbir Kabir Khan’s play play ’83’ was fixed on April 10, in the 1983 Cricket World Cup victory in India. Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone are in lead roles in the movie ’83’.
Talking to YouTube channel ‘Film Companion’, Kabir Khan said he was disappointed with the decision to postpone the film’s release.
“We want to show this film to the world. But some things are the biggest of them. Today the whole world is paused. So I think watching a movie will be very much in line with one’s preferences later. ‘
It’s not just that the film’s release is being affected. Prior to Lockdown, actress Kangana Renawat was shooting her new film ‘Thalavi’ in Tamil Nadu.
He told Bollywood’s news website Pankhola: ‘I was going to stay there for 45 days but then we were not allowed to gather the crowd for the shoot. We stopped the shooting and I returned to Mumbai. ‘
Actress Deepika Padukone makes herself happy as she heads off to Sri Lanka to shoot her new movie just days before Lockdown begins.