Fates are hanging in balance for two of the biggest films of 2021, both starting with the word ‘No’ – London Daily Post

Indo-Polish action thriller aims to rekindle bilateral ties – The Hindu
January 26, 2021
The first Indo-Polish film, to boost tourism, reinforce culture connection – Hindustan Times
February 4, 2021

No Time to Die and No means No; both blockbuster films were set to hit the big screen in 2020 with fans around the world excited for them, however the coronavirus pandemic put a hold on those plans along with so many others. 

No time to Die was going to see Daniel Craig step into the shoes of Agent 007 for the final time before hanging up the role for good. 

On the other hand, No means No was a first ever Indo-Polish collaborative cinematic effort that was expected to deepen the ties between India and Poland all while providing a blockbuster film. The film followed the plot of Raj, and Indian man who goes to Poland for a ski championship where he falls in love with a local girl and ends up having to do everything in his power to save her life. 

Both of these amazing cinematic projects had to be ceased like so many others due to the corona virus pandemic, that saw the cinemas, along with all other places where people gathered in large crowds, close due to social distancing protocols.

No means No was still in post-production phase when the pandemic hit and the film-makers had to rush to ensure the completion of the movie. However, it was of little use as the release of these movies would still have to be moved forward.

While some movies switched their approach from cinemas to other platforms such as streaming services, both of these movies chose to delay their theatrical release into 2021, as the makers of the movie believed that the audiences should get to experience these masterpieces on the big screen. 

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