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Major film on the life of martyr Sandeep Unnikrishnan postponed

The release of many films has been postponed due to the second wave of Corona and now the release date of the film Major produced by South Superstar Mahesh Babu, which has been in discussion for a long time, has also been postponed. The film was supposed to hit the theaters on July 2 this year, but keeping in mind the safety due to the pandemic, the makers have decided to extend the release date of the film. Let’s know the full news.

The film’s hero Adivi Shesh wrote on Instagram, We have never faced such situations before. Our film Major, which was earlier scheduled to release in cinemas across the world on July 2, will now release later. He wrote, We will announce the release date when the situation becomes normal. If times are tough, we are strong too. Major’s release day will be the biggest moment of pride. Come on, wait for the good times.

After this post of Adivi, fans have started fearing that the film may not be released on OTT now. One fan wrote, want to see this on the big screen. Don’t release on OTT. Another user said that come late, but please come to the theater only. Another user wrote, We will wait, but do not bring the film on OTT. Most of the fans are against the digital release of this film.
Major’s release was announced in January this year, when things seemed to be improving. Mahesh Babu is the producer of the film. He announced the release date by tweeting. Sharing the new poster of the film, Mahesh wrote, July 2, 2021, Major’s day. This film has been made in Hindi and Telugu. It is directed by Shashi Kiran Tikka. Major will also feature Shobhita Dhulipala and Saiee Manjrekar in pivotal roles.

Martyr Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan was a man who dedicated his life to the country. Shortly after joining the army in 1999, Sandeep showed tremendous skill in the Kargil war. After a few years he was given the rank of Captain and later Major. On 26/11 (Mumbai terror attack), Major Sandeep was the team commander of 51 SAG, where he single-handedly killed four terrorists.