Jungle Cruise Ft Dwayne Johnson Gets Indian Theatrical Release Date

Due to the shutdown of cinema, Indian movie lovers missed watching a lot of films on the big screen. Among the many films that have been released so far, one which fans in India are excited about is Jungle Cruise. The thrilling adventurous film stars Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt in the leading roles.

A few days ago, Marvel’s Shang-Chi and The Legend of The Ten Rings starring Simu Liu released in Indian theatres. The response has been amazing, and people are waiting for more such big Hollywood releases. Well, the good news is Jungle Cruise is all set to hit the Indian theatres soon.

As confirmed by Disney Films, Jungle Cruise will release in India on September 24, 2021. The places where cinema halls have reopened will play the movie in English, Hindi, Tamil and Telugu language. The makers confirmed the same news on their Instagram page.

Disney Films India released a post for the Indian release of Dwayne Johnson, aka The Rock and Emily Blunt’s movie. They captioned it, “From thrilling action sequences to nail-biting twists this one is for the adventure seekers! 🤠 Disney’s #JungleCruise is in cinemas, 24th September onwards. Make sure you don’t miss this one.😉
Releasing in English, Hindi, Tamil and Telugu.”

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Check out the poster and India release date for Jungle Cruise:

Meanwhile, the film received a huge response at the box office when it was released last month in the US. The Rock thanked the fans for all the love on his Instagram post – Shaping up to be another solid weekend at the box office for JUNGLE CRUISE 🍿👏🏾🚢💀🥃🐆. Showing some pretty good staying power given the givens in the challenging Covid marketplace. THANK YOU EVERYONE around the world for making the film the biggest family blockbuster of 2021.

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