Salman Khan Opens Up On Radhe Theatrical Release, says, ‘Only Possible If Cases Drop’ – See Latest
Recently when the quantity of COVID cases in India had dropped, hotshot Salman Khan had vowed to deliver his film Radhe-Your Most Wanted Bhai in cinemas on Eid. In any case, attributable to the huge increase in COVID-19 cases in April, theaters in the nation were closed down to control the spread of the infection.
While most filmmakers chose to hold the arrival of their films, Salman Khan chose to proceed with an overall cross-platform release, The film will release at the same time in theaters and on the OTT ZEE5.
During a virtual meeting with a gathering of columnists, Salman Khan who is additionally the maker of the film talked about the Indian cinematic release of the film.
“When the theatres open even after this OTT release, on the grounds that there are still individuals who might need to watch it in theaters and some who don’t watch on OTT, we will do a release in India in auditoriums too. Abroad, it is releasing. Not with the very number of screens that we generally released in normal circumstances, however, it is being released abroad,” he said.
Salman Khan had previously apologized to the theatre owners for not delaying the release until theatres could fully function. He said that he didn’t have any choice as the movie had been made 2 years ago and fans were waiting eagerly.