BIG CLASH: Mayday, Heropanti 2, 83, AdiPurush And Raksha Bandhan To Collide On Festive Weekends
With the opening of theatres and big tickets films eagerly waiting for a release, clashes were bound to happen. However these three major clashes on Eid, with Mayday And Heropanti 2 Christmas with 83 And Pushpa And Independence Day with AdiPurush, Raksha Bandhan; Which one are you waiting for
With the theatres all set to break the locks and come back in business once again, clashes are bound to happen as some big-ticket films eagerly waiting for the past two years to make it to the big screen. CMO Maharashtra Uddhav Thackeray recently announced the opening up of the theatres last weekend and the next day it was raining release dates. The internet was a buzz and some of our much-awaited films such as 83, Heropanti 2, Mayday, AdiPurush came forward and pointed a date of their choice.
Here are some big clashes that are happening and which side are you on?
The Eid Clash is between Heropanti 2 starring Tiger Shroff and Tara Sutaria in the lead role. The release date was announced recently. Heropanti 2 is competing with Mayday starring Amitabh Bachchan, Ajay Devgn in lead roles.
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An Independence Day clash is happening between Akshay Kumar and Bhumi Pednekar starrer Raksha Bandhan with Prabhas, Saif Ali Khan starrer AdiPurush. This one is a tough competition.
A Christmas competition is between Allu Arjun starrer Pushpa with Ranveer Singh starrer sports drama 83 the film.
These film competitions are tougher and tougher for the audience to pick one.
The theatres will be opening up for the longest time and these big-ticket films would only help the theatres to recover their businesses. However, another point of worry is the number of tickets which if kept really high no one would be in the willingness to go to the theatres and a reasonable price could Help the box office get a good collection which in turn could be helping the films too and some audience would end up choosing both the movies for a watch. Well, either way, it’s good to see the theatres come back.