Star Cineplex opened the newest Bollywood film, “Crew,” for Bangladeshi audiences on Monday. This is the first Hindi movie that Star Cineplex has imported via the SAFTA agreement.

The film has received positive reviews in Indian movie theaters since its March 29 release. The film “Crew,” which stars three heroines from different generations of Bollywood, has been the subject of discussions for a while, and fans have been anxiously awaiting its release in Bangladesh.

Mesbahuddin Ahmed, senior marketing officer at Star Cineplex, commented on the film’s release: “A SAFTA agreement is being used to release the movie ‘Crew’ in Bangladesh. We are bringing in and releasing Hindi films for the first time.”

“We have observed that our viewers have shown interest in seeing Crew concurrently with its Indian release, and a number of eager moviegoers have already reached out to us to inquire about its release date. “The film’s screenings will be suspended during Eid because, according to regulations, Hindi films are not permitted to be screened during the forthcoming holiday, he said.

The film tells the story of the challenging lives that flight attendants and air hostesses lead in the airline industry. But the film “Crew,” which stars Tabu, Kareena Kapoor, and Kriti Sanon—three heroines from three different generations of Bollywood—is the talk of the town thanks to its ensemble cast.

Produced by Rhea Kapoor, the daughter of Anil and Ekta Kapoor, Crew is directed by Rajesh Krishnan and focuses on the airline industry’s current state of distress. In this comedy-genre film, Tabu and Kareena collaborate for the first time.

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