Bollywood: Ram Gopal Varma’s going to be released on a large scale in China

Ladki: Enter the Dragon Girl” has been announced to release across 30,000 screens in China, Aamir Khan starrer ‘Dangal’ was released across 9000 screens in China

There is good news for filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma. Her ambitious film “Girl: Enter the Dragon Girl” has been announced to release across 30,000 screens in China. What could be a greater joy for an Indian filmmaker? Aamir Khan’s film ‘Dangal’ was released in 9000 screens in China and the film earned 1300 crores at the China box office. From this it can be estimated that how much Ramu’s film is going to earn.

The film ‘Ladki: Enter the Dragon Girl’ is releasing in theaters on July 15. The film is being co-produced by an Indian and Chinese production company. Produced under the banner of Artsy Media and Major Big People, the film marks the debut of martial arts expert Pooja Bhalekar in Bollywood. Along with him, Abhimanyu Singh, Prateek Parmar, Malhotra Shivam and Rajpal Yadav are also in important roles. Two trailers of the film have been released so far. The first trailer is eight minutes long, which is the first such long trailer in the history of Bollywood. It is being said that this has been done keeping in mind the Chinese audience.

Girl: Enter the Dragon Girl The story revolves around a girl who is a fan of the so-called martial arts master Bruce Lee. The film is inspired by Bruce Lee’s 1976 film Enter the Dragon and directed by Ram Gopal Varma. The only difference is that Bruce Lee’s character is played by debutante Pooja Bhalekar. He has done tremendous action scenes in the film. Pooja is an expert in real life Taekwondo. She has participated in many tournaments. He started taking martial arts training from the time of school.

The promotion of the film is happening more in China than in India. The film was promoted on a high tower in the city of Zhuangzhou, China. His video has been shared by Ram Gopal Varma on social media.

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Sahil Kothari

Sahil Kothari is a Senior Journalist at youthistaan.com Follow him on twitter @sahilkothari21
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