Dulquer Salmaan's blockbuster movie "Charlie" is all set to make history as the film making its entry to Japan. The Dulquer Salmaan and Parvathy-starrer, which has completed its 100 days of theatrical run in Kerala, will become the first Malayalam movie to be released with Japanese subtitles in the East Asian country.
The movie will be screened in Japan on May 15 and 29 by an Indian distribution company, Celluloid Japan, in association with the Japanese company Dozo.
Show times of "Charlie" in Japan:
May 15 17:00 p.m. at Kineka Omori
May 29 17:00 p.m. at Kineka Omori
The distributors have also created a website, in which they have given out details about the plot, cast and crew of "Charlie" in Japanese language. The advance bookings for the shows have also been opened. Check out the website HERE.
Celluloid Japan had earlier released more than 10 Indian movies in the country, including Nivin Pauly's realistic movie "Action Hero Biju." However, the Abrid Shine directorial was screened on April 2 without Japanese subtitles.
Meanwhile, the team of "Charlie" had recently arranged the 100-day success celebration of the family entertainer in a star-studded event in Kochi. The function was attended by megastar Mammootty and all the cast and crew members of the film were felicitated for making the eight State Award-winning movie a blockbuster. The event will be aired at 5:30 p.m. on Malayalam entertainment channel Surya TV on Sunday, May 1.
Watch the trailer of "Charlie" with Japanese subtitles here: