Chasing 'normalcy' during a pandemic: How south Indian film industries coped with lockdown challenges, shutdown of theatres
Covid-19 outbreak in March, 2020 and the subsequent lockdown brought the four South Indian film industries to a grinding halt. Months later, when they resumed work, the world had changed around them, but there’s a glimmer of hope that there’ll be some sense of normalcy in summer of 2021.
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Bangalore Days which released last Friday (30 May) in 98 screens in Kerala and 105 screens across the rest of India (mainly metro cities like Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore) has earned nearly Rs 10 crore at the all India box-office, with a distributor share of Rs 4 to 4.5 crore in the very first week.