“AVATAR 2” Banned In Kerala

‘Avatar 2’ is the movie that movie lovers are waiting for on that level. The film will not be screened in Kerala, the association of theater owners, Fiok said. The reason for the ban was that the distributors demanded more money. The organization stated that it is not possible to accept that Avatar 2 should be screened for a minimum of three weeks.

The norm for showing foreign language films is 50.50. Fiok says it won’t screen films that violate it. Avatar 1 was released in theaters on a 50.50 deal. Fiok also says that no advance was given. Fiok also stated that he is ready to discuss the matter with the Avatar 2 crew.

‘Avatar- The Way of Water releases on December 16. The James Cameron film will be released in 6 languages ​​in India including Malayalam. The film will be released in English, Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, and Kannada languages. The first part of Avatar was released in 2009. Avatar also had the reputation of being the highest-grossing film in the history of world cinema.

In 2012, James Cameron announced that there would be sequels to Avatar. He also announced the release of the films on the same day. It was announced that the second part will be released on December 2020, the third part on December 17, 2021, the fourth part on December 20, 2024, and the fifth part on December 19, 2025. But due to the spread of covid, the releases could not be done at the time announced. The film’s trailer, which was released earlier, received much attention.