Crisis on release of films in May due to lockdown; Coolie no.1 and Radhe can be postpone

Crisis on release of films in May due to lockdown; Coolie no.1 and Radhe can be postpone

Coronavirus Lockdown Even after the lockdown removed, the precautionary measures regarding the corona virus are likely to continue, due to which people will be afraid to accumulate in theaters.

Due to the ongoing lockdown in the country due to the outbreak of the Corona virus, the release of several films has already been postponed to April, now there is a crisis on the films coming in the month of May. The number has crossed the figure of four thousand. Although the lockdown deadline is coming to an end on 14 April, given the current situation, it is believed that its impact is likely to continue.

On May 1, Varun Dhawan and Sara Ali Khan's film Coolie no. 1 to be released. But now there are reports that this film can be extended further. According to a Mumbai Mirror report, the makers may take the film in June or July. However, a final decision will be taken only after the current circumstances are under control. A source was quoted in the report as saying that the producers will take a decision on this only when the situation becomes normal.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the lockout from midnight on 24 March, which will run till 14 April. Even after the lockdown is lifted, precautionary measures about the corona virus are likely to continue, causing people to be afraid to accumulate in theaters. This is the reason that the makers also decided not to release April films as a precaution.

In April, the release of a big film like Ranveer Singh's 83 has been postponed. Earlier Rohit Shetty's film was scheduled to be released on March 24, but the makers postponed its release in view of the situation in the country. Salman Khan's Radhey and Akshay Kumar's Lakshmi Bomb are scheduled to arrive on Eid in May. However, with indications about Radhe, speculation is being made to postpone it. Radhe's shooting could not be completed due to the lock.

As reported by Bollywood Hungama, the film's Thailand schedule had to be canceled due to an outbreak of the Corona virus. It was shifted to Mumbai. Only 8 to 10 days of shooting was left. To complete the remaining work of the film by the end of March. However, the makers decided that the shooting would not take place from 19 March. Meanwhile, the lockout was announced on 24 March. It is clear that two months of the second quarter are going to outweigh the film industry.