Amidst much bad news in the entertainment world during the Coronavirus period, finally, good news has come. Fast and Furious 9, one of the world's most talked-about films, has so far done a business of $500 million. In Indian rupees, this figure is more than ₹3726 crore.
This figure becomes even more important because the copy of this film was downloaded and seen in almost every language and it was also piracy indiscriminately. This is the 9th episode of the Fast and Furious film and for a long time, this film waited for release.
When the theaters were closed after the spread of corona all over the world, its release was banned and now that theaters are open in other countries other than India, the film was released. The film was released worldwide on 25 June.
Cinematic Release in Only15 Nations
The film was released under COVID-19 Protocols in 15 countries including America and Europe. In most places, people were allowed to sit in theaters leaving one seat, even after that, if the business of the film has gone to this level, then you can understand how much people are crazy about this film.
Preparing to touch 1000 million
Adorned with international superstars like Vin Diesel and John Cena, this film is being liked all over the world as an action thriller. Due to the car racing stunts shown in this film, a different craze of this series is seen among the people. Trade experts believe that right now this film can touch the business figure of 1000 million dollars.
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Corona Havoc Will End Soon
In such a situation, it is clear that amidst the fears of the third wave, it is yet to be released in India and from here also its good business is expected. Theaters are opening in Uttar Pradesh from today. The process of opening cinema halls in other states of the country including Maharashtra and Delhi has also been started.
Fans are hoping that in the coming weeks, Fast and Furious 9 is likely to break even more box office records because at present the business of films is running at a loss. There are reports of the closure of hundreds of single-screen theaters.
May this film and other upcoming films bring some good news for the entertainment world, trade experts and all the people associated with the industry are praying for this.