Hindi cinema is in a constant state of crisis since the Delhi government shut down the cinema halls.
There have been indiscriminate releases of Tamil, Telugu, and other Indian language films in other states despite Delhi not having cinema halls. Only Hindi films are on hold.
As Akshay Kumar announced the new release date of his film ‘Bachchan Pandey’, there is an indication that theaters in Delhi will open after Holi.
According to earlier plans, he will release on the same day as Ranbir Kapoor’s film ‘Shamshera’. So now, ‘Bachchan Pandey’ will be Akshay Kumar’s first film of the year. Akshay’s first film of the year, ‘Prithviraj,’ was set for January 21 before the third wave of Corona.
As the atmosphere is noticeable in Uttar Pradesh and Delhi, Delhi theaters don’t open before Holi. Even though, according to the doctors, the peak of the third wave of the Corona has gone out in most places and in other sites, it is likely to overtake it by the end of this month.
However, even if Delhi doesn’t open in February, other films are still scheduled to be released on that month, including the Shabas Mithu project on February 4, Death in Nile and Major on February 11, Gangubai Kathiawadi and The Uncharted on February 18, and the Jayeshbhai Jordaar release on February 25.
However, the month of March has the potential to be the turning point of this year for Hindi cinema. According to the calendar, Bachchan Pandey and Batman were to be released on March 4, Turning Raid on March 11, Shamshera on March 18 and Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 and Doctor Strange: Multiverse of Madness on March 25. Now on Tuesday, Akshay Kumar has announced the release of his film Bachchan Pandey on 18 March on his social media page.