As the year 2020 comes to an end, everyone is looking forward to 2021. The coronavirus brought the whole world to a halt in 2020. All work in the world has come to a halt. In the film industry, too, it took a long time to release the film. No films have been released to the screen since March 2020. However, the films have continued to be shown on OTT platforms. Many great films are still awaiting release. Whose release date has been extended until 2021. Let us introduce you to some stars who couldn’t make it to the screen in 2020.
Salman Khan: In 2019, the two great Salman films “Bharat” and “Dabangg 3” were released. But due to the coronavirus lockdown in 2020, his fans had to celebrate Eid Bina Salman Khan’s film. Salman Khan has now promised fans to release the film on Eid Day in 2021. Salman has declined to be released on OTT. Salman will wait for the situation to return to normal.
Aamir Khan: Even Mr. Aamir Khan, who only makes a few selected films a year, has the longest gap between releases. Aamir’s last release was ‘Thugs of Hindostan’ in 2018. Lal Singh Chadha, the desi remake of ‘Tom Hanks Classic Forest Gump’, was due out in December 2019. But the film was not released due to shutting everything down, Aamir also refused to release the film on the digital platform, so now we have to wait until December 2021.
Shahrukh Khan: No King Khan Shah Rukh movie has been released even in 2020. Currently, Shahrukh does not see any such plan even in 2021. Shah Rukh Khan has been offscreen for the last three seasons since I Zero in 2018. However, between -time he was found filming for the movie Pathan.
Katrina Kaif: Katrina Kaif was last seen as Sultan Suraiya Jan in “Thugs of Hindostan”. Katrina is more beautiful than ever and is ready to prove her talent as an actress. His acting in Zero also earned him a lot of praise, as expected of him. “Celluloid hysteria” has always won awards in India. Katrina is dressed with Suryavansham. If all goes well, she will be seen at the theater in the first quarter of 2021.
Ranbir Kapoor: Although he achieved blockbuster status when he last released Sanju in June 2018, Ranbir Kapoor is also offscreen. It’s not just on his own will – because Ranbir doesn’t always want to get into signing movies – but also because he took on two back-to-back projects that are taking longer than usual. We speak here of “Brahmastra” by Ayan Mukherjee and “Shamshera” by Karan Malhotra. While the first film is a huge sci-fi story of Ranbir and Alia Bhatt with Amitabh Bachchan, “Shamshera” is a classic dacoit drama like “Mujhe Jeene Do” and “Mera Gaon Mera Desh”.