Due to Covid-19, many film festivals and producers have taken to releasing films and other finished projects online.
Days after co-producers Reliance Entertainment denied that the much-hyped ‘83 would go straight to an OTT (Over-The-Top) platform before its theatrical release.
Now, renowned Indian trade analyst Taran Adarsh has now shared that the film will release in theatres when the time is “appropriate.”
“There is no truth to these reports. ‘83 has been made for the big-screen experience. Right now, there’s no intention or interest on the part of the directors or us as producers, to take these films to the small screen,” Shibashish Sarkar, Reliance Entertainment Group CEO, had said.
“If the situation deteriorates rapidly or there is no visibility of normalcy even after six months, we will evaluate then. But right now, we are all quite positive and I foresee that between the next four to six months, cinema halls will start operating. So that’s the hope and mindset which we currently have,” he added.