Yay! Finally, we will be able to flock to the theatres to watch interesting Bollywood films as 2020 is ending in the next 40 days. Yes, you read it right! For those who are bored with watching movies on OTT platforms, here is breaking news for you!
Bollywood actress Kiara Advani who shot to fame for her role in Kabir Singh is all set to entertain us on the big screen with her film Indoo Ki Jawani, which will release in theatres all over the country on 11 December 2020. The announcement was made by trade analyst Taran Adarsh who shared on social media about the theatrical release for the film. Taran wrote on Twitter, “#BreakingNews… ALL SET FOR THEATRICAL RELEASE IN DEC 2020… #IndooKiJawani – starring #KiaraAdvani and #AdityaSeal – to release in *cinemas* on 11 Dec 2020… Directed by Abir Sengupta… Produced by TSeries, Emmay Entertainment, and Electric Apples.”
From March 2020 to November 2020, everyone was just feeling unusual for being able to watch movies only on Disney+ Hotstar, Netflix, and Amazon Prime Video as the theatres were closed all over the country owing to the coronavirus pandemic. Even when the relaxations were introduced to reopen theatres and cinema halls in selected areas, however, there were no major releases from Bollywood to entertain the audience as it was there earlier. The majority of big films of famous stars like Sushant Singh Rajput, Akshay Kumar, Amitabh Bachchan, and Vidya Balan were released on OTT platforms in the last some months. Big Khans like Shah Rukh, Aamir, Salman have kept their movies to schedule release in theatres in 2021 only.
So it is a huge sigh of relief to get an opportunity to watch in theatres and end this year on a good note. Many big-budget moviemakers are waiting for the pandemic situation to improve and hence, we will surely be able to watch all the completed movies of big stars next year hopefully.
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