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Varun Dhawan on Bawaal’s OTT release: ‘A bad film can’t survive on streaming’

Bhawar, a romantic movie directed by Nitesh Tiwari and starring Varun Dhawan and Yanvi Kapoor, opens on Prime Video on July 21st.

Varun Dhawan has announced the creator’s decision to skip the theatrical release of his next film ‘Bhawar’ and premiere it directly via streaming. Bawaal, directed by Nitesh Tiwari and starring Yanvi Kapoor, opens on Prime Video on July 21st. (Also read: Bawaal’s song Dilon ki Doriyan: Janhvi Kapoor and Varun Dhawan put his shoes on dancing in this cute pre-wedding number)

Bawaal says Varun direct to his OTT It’s not the first work released. Also in 2020, the comedy Coolie No 1, directed by his father David Dhawan and starring him and Sara Ali Khan, will skip the theatrical release and premiere directly on Prime Video in India. rice field. This year was the first year of the pandemic, which is less of a problem today. Varun is also gearing up for his series debut, the Indian version of Citadel, directed by Raj & DK and starring Samantha Ruth Prabhu, which will also air on Prime Video India.

Streaming’s Varun

In a new interview with Variety, Varun said, “Honestly, I don’t think bad movies can survive here (streaming), so we need to make sure we have good movies.” ‘ said. Man is so democratic that it has to be a very good movie to succeed.

Mr. Varun also added how his release of OTT will help Bawal. “The whole idea was to promote this film on a global scale. Our producer, Sajid Nadiadwala, had this vision: He published it himself But I don’t think I thought I could do it, but with partners like Amazon, it’s a lot easier,” he said in the same interview.

About Bawal

Director Nitesh Tiwari said in a statement about the film: “Great love stories are worth experiencing and they always find the medium to reach audiences.” Some of these stories closed true epics. Not because of its grand scale, but because of its heartbreaking, heartbreaking essence that makes the audience feel every emotion. Bhawar is an Indian film that appeals to audiences around the world. You feel tension, joy of being together, and pain of parting. Varun and Yanvi play Aju and Nisha brilliantly and take you on an indelible journey from small towns in India to Europe.



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