The makers of Sooryavanshi & ’83 have confirmed that one out of the two big banner films will finally hit the theatres in March 2021
The release of two highly anticipated films of 2020: Kabir Khan’s ’83 and Rohit Shetty’s Sooryavanshi was indefinitely postponed in the wake of the lockdown due to Coronavirus. But with the new year, come new plans. As we turned the calendar to 2021, the makers of Sooryavanshi and 83 have begun charting the approach ahead for the two Bollywood biggies, which have been ready in the wings for a theatrical outing for the previous 10 months. The makers are planning to launch one of the occasion motion pictures over the Holi weekend.
Fans are excited to watch these two big banner films on the silver screen, however, had to wait for a long time for the revised release dates. And finally, the wait is over.
It is now confirmed that one out of Sooryavanshi & ’83 will release in March, during Holi! Don’t believe us? Hear it from the horses mouth, Shibasish Sarkar, producer of Sooryavanshi and ’83, CEO of Reliance Entertainment Group, who is now keen on releasing one of the films in March after the makers of ‘Master’ decided to release their film in cinema halls.
Master starring Thalapathy Vijay, Malavika Mohanan, and Vijay Sethupati in the lead was originally planned to be released in cinema halls in April 2020 but was postponed due to the lockdown and now is finally all set to hit the theatres on January 13, 2021.
Shibasish Sarkar, chief government officer, Reliance Entertainment group, which has bankrolled the films, says, “The situation in the country is improving as is the economy, so the mood is largely positive. A section of people headed to theatres to watch Tenet and Wonder Woman 1984. That was an encouraging sign. So, now, we are looking at bringing one of the films in the third week of March, during Holi. We have yet to decide on the film though.” He is hopeful that with the vaccine roll-out around the nook, the scenario will additional enhance. “These are event films that would have made Rs 300 crore under normal circumstances, so we can’t play around with them. We need to be certain of the situation.”