RRR release postponed: After a long time, a big-budget film was about to hit the screen

RRR release postponed: After a long time, a big-budget film was about to hit the screen

RRR release postponed: After a long time, a big-budget film was about to hit the screen. But now the makers have postponed its release

After the rising cases of Covid across the country and tightening of security restrictions, the makers of Ram Charan and NTR Jr starrer ‘RRR’ have postponed the release date of the film till further notice. have decided to postpone. Earlier on Saturday, the film’s director S.S. Rajamouli (SS Rajamauli) went to Mumbai for a meeting with the associate makers of the film. The outcome of the meeting was shared by DVV Entertainment, the production company. An announcement in this regard was made on Twitter.

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He wrote in the tweet, ‘We are compelled to postpone the release of our film keeping in mind the best interests of all parties involved. Heartfelt thanks to all the fans and viewers for their unconditional love.’ Now people are reacting strangely to this tweet. Understanding the helplessness of the makers, some are seen with them and some are showing their disappointment.

When will it release?

Talking about the move by the makers, Trade Analyst Karan Taurani said, “We don’t expect a big film to release at least till March/April depending on the normalcy of the current situation. We may be back in the same situation of shutting down theaters in some states or reducing occupancy cap, vice versa. We think it takes at least 6-8 weeks, which this time will be much shorter than wave 1 and wave 2, where the reversal happened anywhere between 12-24 weeks.

Experts told a good decision

Cinema trade pundit Sumit Kadel says that this is a good move on the part of the producers. He said, ‘It is a sensible decision from the point of view of the makers of ‘RRR’. Otherwise, it would have badly affected his collection.

Another problem in Andhra Pradesh

The state of Andhra Pradesh is also facing the issue of fixing the ticket rates. Upset over the state government’s crackdown on rising ticket and snack prices, many theater owners in the state have closed their cinema halls, saying the government-fixed rate card is eating away at their profits and adding to the difficulties in running theatres. Is.

Yellow alert issued in Delhi

Apart from this, the Arvind Kejriwal-led Delhi government recently issued a yellow alert asking cinema halls to be closed in the national capital. Cinema halls are also expected to be closed in Mumbai because cases are increasing continuously here too.

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