Ranveer Singh’s much-awaited film 83 was released on Friday at a mobile cinema hall in Leh, Union Territory of Ladakh. Leh’s sub-zero temperature brought back memories of the Indian cricket team winning the 1983 World Cup in the mobile theatre at the height of 11562 feet in Leh. However, the Corona rules were strictly followed during the film’s release. The first show, which went on till 11 a.m., only accommodated 60 spectators, half of the theatre capacity, close to 120. Only two shows will be shown daily in the theatre.
Picture Time Digiplex, a private company, had set up this mobile cinema hall in Ladakh’s Leh district at an altitude of 11562 feet in August this year. The film was released in this mobile cinema hall, considered the world’s highest. This mobile cinema hall can be folded and taken anywhere.
Kabir Khan’s film 83 was released in mobile theatres located in Leh, Ladakh and similar mobile theatres set up in Hisar and Arunachal Pradesh in Haryana. Khan is very excited about the release of his film in Leh. He says that I was waiting to see the people’s reaction in Leh on the release of this film. He says that Ladakh holds a special place for him. This area is very close to his heart. Khan says that during his college days, he trekked in Ladakh for months.
Khan’s film 83 is based on the Indian team under the captaincy of Kapil Dev winning the first World Cup trophy in 1983 by defeating the West Indies team. In such a situation, along with Leh, this film has also been released in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam languages in different parts of the country on December 24. Many actors, including Pankaj Tripathi, Tahir Raj Bhasin, Jeeva, Saqib Saleem, Jatin Sarna, Chirag Patil, Dinkar Sharma, Nishant Dahiya, Hardy Sandhu, are working in this film.