Major starring Adivi Sesh will be only released when theatres are allowed to run on full occupancy

Major starring Adivi Sesh will be only released when theatres are allowed to run on full occupancy

Major is the debut production venture of Telugu superstar Mahesh Babu. Adivi Sesh’s Major, a film inspired by Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan, who lost his life on 26/11, is set to be released in Malayalam too. The film was initially expected to be released only in Telugu and Hindi.

Telugu actor Adivi Sesh says his upcoming film “Major”, a biopic on late Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan, is a big screen experience, and the team would release the movie only when the theatres are allowed to run on 100 per cent occupancy.

Adivi Sesh also took to social media to make this announcement. Sharing a poster of the film in Malayalam, he said, “Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan is India’s son. Still, lots of people from his hometown Kozhikode wanted to watch the film in Malayalam. So here goes. With all my love to the people of Kerala. Major releases in Malayalam, Hindi and Telugu.”

The goal is to release it when we have a convenient 100 per cent occupancy in theatres. This is absolutely and only a big screen experience.”

Maharashtra, which is the worst affected state by COVID-19, has currently shut multiplexes and single screens to curb coronavirus cases.

 

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