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Christopher Nolan’s ‘Tenet’ Will Finally Release In India This Month

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For a movie shot in India, it certainly took a while to reach Indian audiences. But we can finally see Christopher Nolan’s last film show – Principle.

On November 5, the government of Maharashtra announced the reopening of state cinemas with 50% seating outside of containment areas. Suraj Pe Mangal Bhari starring Diljit Dosanjh, Fatima Sana Shaikh and Manoj Bajpayee will be one of the first Hindi films to hit theaters. But now a worldwide success Principle is also gearing up for a release this month, according to Mumbai mirror.

But before you hit theaters for the movie, here’s what to expect.

Mumbai mirrorThe source revealed that the film is slated to hit theaters the third week of November. “If the announcement had been made a week earlier, they would have arrived on Diwali weekend. They are currently in discussions with stakeholders, including movie theater owners, about the exit strategy and are looking to open in India on November 20 or the following week, ”the source said.

Tenet’s The original release date was disrupted due to the global pandemic, but Christopher Nolan was adamant in allowing audiences to experience his film in theaters. It was finally released in UK theaters on August 26 and in the US on September 3. It was critically acclaimed and managed to raise $ 53 million worldwide on its opening weekend.

In a recent interview, Nolan revealed he was’ thrilled ‘with how the film was performing in the midst of a pandemic and was quoted as saying,’ I’m afraid the studios are drawing the wrong conclusions from our release – rather than looking at where the movie has performed well and how it can provide them with much-needed income, they are looking where it hasn’t lived up to pre-Covid expectations and will start using that as an excuse to make sure that the exhibit takes all the losses from the pandemic instead.

If you enjoyed it, read how Christopher Nolan crashed a real plane during Tenet’s hangar scene, or our thoughts on the Principle trailer.

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