Even a month ago, preparations were underway to open the cinema hall as the situation in Corona was good That’s when the release of the movie started quite fast. In addition to cinema halls, many have become quite optimistic about releasing pictures on online platforms as well. Salman Khan’s ‘Radhe: The Most Wanted Brother’ is going to be released centering on the upcoming Eid festival.
Like this movie, Akshay Kumar’s movie ‘Bell Bottom’ is also being released on OTT platform for a hefty sum.
Pinkvilla recently revealed in their report that Akshay’s movie ‘Bell Bottom’ was to be released on May 26. However, as the Corona situation in India is slowly deteriorating, many feel that the hall is unlikely to open before June or July this year. And so the ‘Bell Bottom’ team is thinking of releasing the movie on the OTT platform.
In the meantime, 7 people have talked to Disney + Hotstar for the digital premiere The report further states that the movie was initially discussed with Amazon Prime. Team ‘Bell Bottom’ demanded more money from Amazon if it wanted to pay Rs 120 crore for the movie.
However, a deal worth Rs 150 crore has been signed with Disney. That is why Akshay’s ‘Bell Bottom’ can be seen from this very popular company in world cinema. Lara Dutt, Hima Qureshi, Bani Kapoor and others will also be seen in the film.
Meanwhile, police have arrested six more accused in the Hefazat-e-Islam violence in Brahmanbaria.
The special operations team of the district police conducted raids in different areas from Friday night (April 30) to Saturday morning (May 1) and arrested them. Police claimed that the detainees were Hefazat activists and that they were involved in the organization’s recent violence.
The accused were identified by reviewing the video footage, police said. Attempts are being made to arrest the rest.
A press release issued by the special branch of the district police said that six people were arrested in raids in different areas from Friday night to Saturday morning. It further said that a total of 56 cases have been registered in Brahmanbaria Sadar Model Police Station, four in Ashuganj Police Station, two in Sarail Police Station and one in Railway Police Station. In these cases, 414 accused persons and 30-35 thousand anonymous people have been accused. So far, 398 people, including six new ones, have been arrested in these cases.
During the three-day Hefazat program from March 26 to 27, a massive riot was carried out in Brahmanbaria in protest of the arrival of the Indian Prime Minister in Bangladesh. Hundreds of government and non-government organizations were damaged in the attack and arson.