Mortal Kombat, Warner Bros. Movie to Hit Indian Cinemas on 16th April!

Movie to Hit Indian Cinemas

Mortal Kombat will be released in Indian theatres in English, Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu, according to Warner Bros. India. It will also be seen in IMAX.  It’s Out on April 16 in India, according to Warner Bros. India, in line with the US release on HBO Max.

What is the Mortal Kombat Movie about

Mortal Kombat film is a reboot of the Mortal Kombat film series directed by Simon McQuoid, based on the same-named video game franchise developed by Ed Boon and John Tobias.

In Mortal Kombat, MMA fighter Cole Young, who makes a living by taking punches, has no idea who he is or why Outworld’s Emperor Shang Tsung has sent his strongest warrior, Sub-Zero to find him

Fearing for his family’s survival, Cole seeks out Sonya Blade under the guidance of Jax, a Special Forces Major who shares Cole’s unusual dragon marking. He goes to Lord Raiden’s temple, an Elder God and Earthrealm’s protector who offers protection to those who have the mark.

Cole trains with seasoned warriors Liu Kang, Kung Lao, and rogue mercenary Kano as he prepares to face off against Outworld’s enemies in a high-stakes fight for the cosmos with Earth’s greatest champions. Will Cole be pushed far enough to activate his arcana— the incredible strength that resides within his soul — in time to save not only his kin but to finally put an end to Outworld?

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The cast includes Lewis Tan, Josh Lawson, Tadanobu Asano, Ludi Lin, Chin Han, Jessica McNamee, Joe Taslim, and Hiroyuki Sanada Mehcad Brooks.

Mortal Kombat trailers were released in Several Languages

On Tuesday, Warner Bros. India released Mortal Kombat trailers in Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu, but they were quickly taken down. We’ve discovered that the local-language trailers contained several minor errors.

On Wednesday, new versions were announced. Even though the original English Mortal Kombat trailer was age-restricted, the Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu versions are not. It’s convenient for those who don’t want to mess with YouTube, but it also means that the Mortal Kombat trailer can be watched by those who aren’t supposed to see it. In the United States, Mortal Kombat is graded R, which is equivalent to an “A” certificate in India.

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