‘Rocking Star’ Yash-starrer ‘KGF Chapter 2’ will be released on about 6,000 screens across the country on April 14.
Online bookings for the long-awaited Indian film will open from Sunday in Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh, five days before the scheduled release. The opening of reservations in Tamil Nadu and northern India will be two days late. Reservations have already started abroad.
The film, dubbed in Hindi, Telugu, Tamil and Malayalam, was produced by Vijay Kirgandur and directed by Hombale Films and directed by Prashanth Neel.
“We have decided to postpone the opening of reservations for two days in Tamil Nadu, given the requirements of the distributors of the Tamil film ‘Beast’ with the main representative of Vijay. We considered releasing an English and Hindu film and postponed the opening of reservations in northern India, “Kirgandur said. I.E.
“Places are filling up fast”
He added: “We did not prefer the Telugu or Tamil versions to the Kannada version for release in the US and European countries. There are more Telugu-speaking communities in the US that prefer the Telugu version, which has forced us to release the Telugu version on multiple screens. Seats fill up quickly in the halls selected for the Telugu version. A version of Kannada will also be released. “
Kirgandur said Kannada, Hindi, Telugu, Tamil and Malayalam-speaking communities were considered for the release of the film in relevant versions abroad.
On 6K screens in India
In India, the film from 9,500 screens, including single-screen cinemas and multiplexes, will be shown on 5,500 to 6,000 screens.
“In Karnataka, the Kannada version will be released on 500 screens and another version on 50 screens,” the producer added.
Karnataka has about 925 screens, including 270 multiplexes and 630 separate screens.
The first performance at 4 o’clock in the morning
The crew decided to ask the government for permission to start the first performance in some theaters at 4 o’clock in the morning.
“The first show starts on many screens at 7 o’clock in the morning. We have decided to get government permission to start the first performance in some theaters at 4 am, “Kirgandur said, explaining:” There will be no special show for fans. ”
Although the producer made it clear that there would be no midnight shows, insiders in Sandalwood said the midnight performances would take place in Bengaluru and other Karnataka cities.
SS Rajamouli’s Telugu film ‘RRR’ was screened at 12:00 in Bengaluru. The KGF crew is likely to follow the trend.
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