In 2019, Hollywood has a combination of best movies and a small budget, soft films, uninspired box office collections of about Rs1,225 crore in India that were higher than Rs900-950 crore received in 2018
Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures Releasing, the arm that distributes Sony, have announced that their great hero Flick-Man: No Way Home will be released in India on December 17. The film will arrive at theaters ahead of the already closed Christmas weekend for Aamir Khan’s Laal Singh Chadha and Allu Arjun’s Pushpa’s film which will be called in Hindi, Tamil, and Malayalam.
Indeed, with the gradual opening of theaters across the country, and the opportunity for Maharashtra to issue licenses next month, Hollywood studios are looking to make up for lost time in India by bringing in dozens of movie titles that have been released in other parts of the world.
Warner Bros. has movies like Fast and Furious 9 set for September and Sony Pictures has Venom, Peter Rabbit 2 and Escape Room 2 that could close the gap in theaters in the early weeks where there are few Indian films available. Film industry experts say the opening of the high-tech metro, especially in the south, should pave the way for these films with their major markets Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka.
In 2019, Hollywood, has a combination of excellent movies and a small budget, soft films, uncoordinated box office collections of almost Rs1,225 crore in India which were higher than Rs900-950 crore received in 2018. Indians, Tamil and Telugu without the full marketing campaigns and local activities done by Hollywood studios add much to their popularity in the country. Thoughts of speculation are still prevalent and people are worried about visiting theaters in the next few months, the first collection of Hollywood articles could look together to make Rs. 300 crore in the box office collections, say experts in the film industry.