PVR Pictures releasing 'BTS: Yet To Come' in Indian cinemas for limited period
The movie will be screened in Indian cinemas from February 1 to 4
K-Pop band BTS’ concert movie “BTS: Yet to Come” will have a limited release in India from Wednesday, the Indian distributors PVR Pictures announced.
The movie will be screened in Indian cinemas from February 1 to 4, a press release from the distributor stated.
BTS has been at the forefront of the K-Pop revolution across the globe, and Indian fans will get to experience the concert of their favourite band on the celluloid.
Audiences will get to witness the magic of band members including RM, Jin, SUGA, j-hope, Jimin, V, and Jung Kook on the big screen, as they perform to crowd favourites tracks such as Dynamite, Butter, and IDOL.
The film will also feature the first concert performance of Run BTS from the group’s latest album ‘Proof’.
The movie will give an immersive sneak peek into the “BTS: Yet To Come” concert in Busan and feature never-seen-before visuals along with some up-close and personal snippets of the band.
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