Due to Coronavirus, the world has been stagnant for many days and now the life of people is slowly coming back on track. The film industry has also been severely affected and has been closed from shooting to cinemas. Like India, the condition of Dubai is also similar and the cinema halls are going to open in Dubai from Wednesday after two months. The special thing is that after the cinema hall in Dubai opens, the Bollywood film English Medium will be shown in it for the first time.
The Irrfan Khan starrer film is going to be released in theatres of English Medium Dubai and people will be able to enjoy this great cinema after the cinema hall opens after a long time. However, many guidelines have been issued for theatres right now and several measures have been taken to avoid the virus. This film is also special because it is Irrfan Khan’s last film.
A few days after the release of this film, Irrfan said goodbye to the world.
In India too, the film was released on 13 March, but since the release of the film, the states started shutting down theatres, and subsequently, all the theatres were closed as the lockdown was announced across the country. Due to this, the film was able to run in theatres only a few days, it affected the business of the film. After this, there were reports of the film’s re-release, but the film was later released as Hotstar.
Please tell that Irfan Khan died on 29 April 2020. Irfan had been fighting a battle against cancer for almost two years. The film is a sequel to the 2017 Hindi Medium film, which is a story of a daughter and father. In the film, Radhika Madan, Kareena Kapoor, Deepak Dobriyal, and Dimple Kapadia are seen in important roles with Irrfan Khan. The film stars Irrfan Khan as a father who tries to get his daughter, Radhika Madan, to study abroad.