BTS’s film BTS: Yet to Come in Cinemas is scheduled for a worldwide release and tickets are now on sale. Find out where the film will premiere in India.
Upcoming BTS concert movie, BTS: Yet to Come in Cinemas will release across the world, including India, starting February 1. The film will be screened in India in various formats including 4D, 4DX and 2D. It will feature BTS members, RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V and Jungkook, and their last group performance in Busan last year.
Where it will be screened in India
The tickets are currently on sale at BTSYETTOCOMEINCINEMAS.COM. The film will be screened by PVR, INOX and Cinepolis in various states across India. The run time of the film will be 103 minutes. Besides India and South Korea, it will be screened across 110+ countries/territories, but for a limited time only.
A treat for the Indian” BTS Army”
The concert film will showcase several performances of BTS, such as RUN, Run BTS, Dynamite, Boy With Luv and much more that the fans might have missed during the live streaming of the concert. The highlight of the screening will also be the Army bomb where viewers can bring the BTS light sticks and enjoy the big screen experience.
BTS’s fifth film to hit theatres globally
This marks BTS’ fifth film to release in theatre. Previously their films like BTS Permission to Dance on Stage — Seoul: Live Viewing (2022), followed by Break the Silence: The Movie (2020), Bring the Soul: The Movie (2019) and Burn the Stage: The Movie (2018) were also released in theaters.
BTS performed at Busan for the 2030 Busan World Expo bid. It was held at Busan Asiad Main Stadium and went on for almost two hours. It was a free-of-charge show, attended by several fans from all around the country. It was also streamed online for overseas fans.
BTS’s solo activities & military service
Meanwhile, BTS members are currently focusing on solo careers. Their eldest member Jin joined the mandatory military service in South Korea last December and others will follow in time. Keeping their individual timeline of military service duties in mind, the K-pop group is estimated to return as a full group around 2025.
BTS leader RM is the latest member to mark his solo debut with album Indigo.
Disclaimer: Except the headline and synopsis, this story has been taken from the HT News Service.