As the pandemic hit the film sector hardly, the year of 2020 literally crushed the film industry due to the shutdown of the cinemas’ halls across India for more than eight months, filmmakers and dependent workers on the movies are expecting bright and better days in 2021 says reputed astrologer Hirav Shah.
The Indian film industry will be back to normalcy with a bunch of big Bollywood movies and pan-India projects lined up in 2021 is what our astrologer Hirav Shah strongly believes and gives hope to the bigwigs in the industry.
1. The year 2021 is going to be a bang with Superstar Akshay Kumar’s as close to four films of his are gearing up for a theatrical release.
During Covid hard times, Akshay Kumar and his Bell Bottom team left for Scotland and wrapped up the film’s entire shooting formalities in just 38 days which itself is a record created by the team. Soon after returning, Akshay Kumar started shooting for his yet another film, Prithvi Raj and recently joined the sets of his another film, Atrangi Re which also stars Tamil star Dhanush and Sara Ali Khan in key roles.
From January, Akshay Kumar will be kick-starting the shoot for his yet another film, Bachchan Pandey which has Kriti Sanon in the female lead role. After Bachchan Pandey, from mid-April, Akshay Kumar will start shooting for his dream project, Ram Sethu which is going to be a research project on Lord Rama. The project may be released in the first half of 2022.
Expect for Ram Sethu, the above-briefed project will be released sometime in 2021. Along with the ongoing and upcoming projects, Akshay Kumar’s repeatedly postponed cop drama, Sooryavanshi is also set for a 2021 release.
2. RRR (Rise Roar Revolt)
Director Rajamouli, who impressed with his magnificent work in Baahubali series is not coming up with a highly-anticipated pre-independence patriotic drama with Telugu stars NTR. Jr and Ram Charan.
RRR is shaping up at a fast pace which also has Bollywood stars Ajay Devgn and Alia Bhatt in prominent roles.
Reportedly, the film will have a wide release across India during the summer season.
3) Radhe Shyam
Shot to fame with Baahubali series, Tollywood hero Prabhas has gained nationwide craze.
After 2019 release, Saaho, Prabhas is working on a period love story titled, Radhe Shyam which also stars Pooja Hegde in the female lead role.
Radhe Shyam is gearing up for an early summer release.
Bollywood Baadshah Shah Rukh Khan has signed a new project after two years gap under the direction of War director Siddharth Anand.
The film’s shooting is underway at a fast pace which also has Deepika Padukone and John Abraham in crucial roles.
Pathan also stars Salman Khan in a special role which is gearing up for a mid-2021 release.
Bollywood star Salman Khan’s new film, Radhe was supposed to hit the screens in the month of May but was postponed due to pandemic.
Being directed by Prabhu Deva, Radhe has Disha Patani and Jacqueline Fernandez in the female lead roles.
The film’s shoot is expected to resume soon and is aiming for a summer 2021 release.
Bollywood star Ranbir Kapoor’s new film, Brahmastra under the direction of Ayan Mukherjee is in making from the past two years.
Co-starring Amitabh Bachchan, Alia Bhatt, Mouni Roy in crucial roles, Brahmastra has Shah Rukh Khan in a crucial cameo.
The socio-fantasy trilogy is aiming for a theatrical release in the second half of 2021.
A film based on the life story of former Indian cricketer, Kapil Dev is in making from the past one year or so.
Titled 83, the film stars Ranveer Singh in the lead role and Deepika Padukone is playing his wife’s role in the movie.
Being directed by Kabir Khan, 83 was supposed to hit the screens during Christmas 2020 but was postponed to 2021 due to the Corona crisis.
With much more pan-Indian and regional content slated to hit the screens in 2021, astrologer Hirav Shah says that 2021 will give much-needed relief to the Indian film industry.
Hirav Shah also confidently says that the audiences are also going to throw to the cinema halls in large numbers in 2021 as Covid-19 is going to be reduced eventually.