Release dates for Vishwaroopam finalised
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Film-maker Kamal Haasan has finally bowed down to the theater owners' demand. He will now release his ambitious project Vishwaroopam on DTH one week after the film releases in the theaters. The film which was to release on January 11 in the theaters with the DTH release on the night of January 10, will now see its Tamil and Telugu theatrical release on January 25. The film can be viewed on DTH, a week later, on February 2. However, the Hindi version, Vishwaroop, will hit the big screens on February 1, while it will have its DTH premiere on February 2. "Keeping the request of my exhibitors in mind I have differed the DTH release date," stated Kamal Haasan in a statement issued to the press adding that he will announce the names of his DTH partners soon. This was confirmed by his publicist.
According to Haasan, the cost of per view will be cut down. They are also contemplating three different time slots from which the viewers can choose from. Those who have already paid will be refunded by the DTH companies or the amount would be adjusted as part of the payment of the new slot if they wish.
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