Hotel Mumbai: Dev Patel, Anupam Kher's film to be made available to visually impaired viewers
Hotel Mumbai makers have associated with the XL Cinema app to give a wholesome cinematic experience to the visually impaired audience.
Hotel Mumbai, directed by Australian filmmaker Anthony Maras, released in India on Friday. The movie is based on the 2009 documentary Surviving Mumbai.
The makers have associated with the XL Cinema app to give a wholesome cinematic experience to the visually impaired audience.
"It's important to make this film available to every Indian so that the message makes its way to more people," Shariq Patel, CEO, Zee Studios, said in a statement.
Presented by Zee Studios and Purpose Entertainment, Hotel Mumbai has been released in India in Hindi, English, Tamil and Telugu.
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The announcement comes as many cities that are important film hubs, including Los Angeles, New York and London, remain under strict coronavirus restrictions.
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