Releasing their film with Maharashtra which is one of the largest territories when it comes to Hindi films, is giving a tough time to producers as well.
The ongoing Coronavirus pandemic has brought the Indian film industry to its knees, with theatres shut for months and now open with 50 per cent occupancy; however, Maharashtra, which contributes big in the overall Box Office collection of movies, still remain closed.
The latest Bollywood release- Bell Bottom starring Akshay Kumar, Vaani Kapoor, and Amitabh Bacchan starrer Chehre facing trouble, as both the movies are released with Maharashtra.
Atul Mohan, Film Trade Analyst, said, “Skipping the Maharashtra release is definitely affecting the BO collection of ‘Bell Bottom’ and ‘Chehre’. Maharashtra is the biggest market for Hindi films which contributes to 30 per cent of BO…