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These Upcoming Hollywood Movies Will Fight The Indian Biggies Up Again

As cinemas across India slowly open to capacity, major film producers who have been holding onto their films for a long time have now announced their release dates. Already, there are a lot of Indian films going to be released in consecutive theaters with a gap of less than 15 days, which can affect each other’s box office collection. But now big Hollywood production houses like Marvel, Disney 20th Century have also released their movie release dates.

From October 2021 to December 2022, a large number of major Bollywood films and films from the South are expected to hit theaters. Some of the most anticipated movies that have already created a lot of hype include Sooryavanshi, 83, Jersey, Radhe Shyam, Pushpa: The Rise. KGF2, Prithviraj, Laal Singh Chaddha, Shamshera, Adipurush, RRR and many more.

As Indian producers try to organize these release dates with the festivities happening around the corner in mind, Hollywood producers are also planning to release their biggies around the same time.

Annaatthe by Rajinikanth vs. Angelina Jolie, Eternals directed by Salma Hayek

Rajinikanth’s big-budget film Annaaatthe and Gema Chan, Angelina Jolie, Salma Hayek’s Eternals are released with a gap of just 1 day on November 4 and 5 respectively. The trailer for this Marvel movie was quite impressive and may make Annaatthe struggle to achieve the expected level of success.

Pushpa: The Rise, 83, Jersey Vs. Matrix Resurrection, The Last Duel

Pushpa: The Rise by Rashmika Mandanna and Allu Arjun will be released on December 17, followed by Ranveer Singh of 83 directed by Deepika Padukone on December 25, then Shahid Kapoor’s Jersey on December 31.

Just a week after the release of Pushpa, Keanu Reeves, Jada Pinketh Smith, Priyanka Chopra Jonas with The Matrix Resurrection and Matt Damon and Ben Affleck The Last Duel hit Indian theaters on December 22. With barely a 4-5 day gap between Pushpa, 83, and the release of The Matrix Resurrection and The Last Duel, followed by 83 and Jersey, the Indian films that are shaping up to be the next blockbusters are going to struggle. to prove. While Venom: Let There Be Carnage releases across India on October 14 (very close to Pushpa: The Rise) to take advantage of the Dussehra holiday momentum, it will release in Maharashtra on October 22.

Pushpa – whose release was scheduled for #Christmas – will now be released a week earlier: 17 Dec. 2021 … #AlluArjun, #FahadhFaasil and #RashmikaMandanna. #PushpaTheRise # PushpaTheRiseOnDec17 pic.twitter.com/aN9qTBBxxF

Likewise, Akshay Kumar’s Bachchan Pandey and Robert Pattinson’s Batman will be released on March 4 next year while Vikram Vedha’s starring Hrithik Roshan and Saif Ali Khan remake will collide with Tom Cruise’s Mission Impossible 7 on September 30. 2022. As audiences go to have a win-win situation with a wide variety of content available for viewing, producers won’t be so lucky and may need to carry out aggressive promotions to ensure their businesses turn out. profitable.