Oppenheimer was Worth raising after got Detained in Mumbai
Oppenheimer was Worth raising after got Detained in Mumbai

New Delhi:- Filmgoers in Mumbai are facing a three-hour delay to see Oppenheimer at an "exclusive screening" due to inclement weather and technical problems. Most moviegoers in the auditorium had already waited nearly three hours when the "exclusive screening" of Universal Pictures' director Christopher Nolan's highly anticipated latest film, "Oppenheimer," began around 10:15 p.m.

Wednesday at PVR Phoenix in Mumbai. The demonstration, which was initially delayed by one hour due to heavy weather in Mumbai, was delayed by another two hours due to technical problems. There was a brief burst of applause when the film's title, Oppenheimer, finally appeared on his stunning IMAX screen.

But the spontaneous reaction from the audience, who until recently complained of unexpectedly long wait times, was proof that Nolan enjoys a global fan base. This movie is a cinematographic retelling of the story (Cillian Murphy's essay) of the genius scientist Robert Oppenheimer, known as the father of the atomic bomb. 

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Towards its July 21st release, Oppenheimer has caused an incredible stir around the world. A clash with Greta Gerwig's Barbie series, which hits theaters the same day, seems to have added to the hype. The battle between the two Hollywood masters, dubbed "Barbenheimer," has attracted huge bookings in Indian cinemas. It's a pleasure. It's an end to the post-pandemic melancholy that the film industry has grappled with. Oppenheimer is based on his Pulitzer Prize-winning book, American Prometheus.

"The Triumph and Tragedy of J. Robert Oppenheimer" by Kai Bird and the late Martin J. Sherwin. This film adaptation will be made by Nolan, widely known as one of the world's most passionate filmmakers with a penchant for mystery, compelling storytelling, and large-scale scale and spectacle. This is the first time Nolan has directed a biopic in his nearly 25-year career. 

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At CinemaCon earlier this year, Nolan called Oppenheimer "the most important person who ever lived." The film explores Oppenheimer's talents, ambitions, vulnerabilities, and conflicts, while the story explores Oppenheimer's talents, ambitions, vulnerabilities, and conflicts, while the camera primarily focuses on slim, pipe-smoking Murphy and follows the scientist closely. Murphy is expertly supported by a stellar cast of actors including Robert Downey Jr., Matt Damon, Emily Blunt, Florence Pugh, Kenneth Branagh and Rami Malek.

Many have already called it director Oppenheimer Nolan's best work yet, and the film is one of the best of the decade. The film is compelling, but can be a challenge for viewers. It's long and intense. It's not easy to explain everything. It may be helpful to have some knowledge of Oppenheimer's work and the hardships he experienced after the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

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When the audience wrapped up the Mumbai screening at around 1:20 am, they seemed to have given the big-screen spectacle a thumbs-up that Rotten Tomatoes had already named Nolan's highest-rated film of all time. Excited by the blockbuster that was about to be released in theaters, he seemed to put aside worries about rain and securing transportation to get home for the time being. 

After the huge rain going on in Mumbai the Oppenheimer was delayed in its timings as the people there are facing problems to reach too the screens because of the heavy rains. But after the screen started the movie raised huge with a great round applause and was worth for the people to wait and watch the intense movie.

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The Movie was delayed for an hour due to some of the technical problems got there and also due to the heavy rains got there in Mumbai. But after the movie it was totally worth for the people there who watched it very gratefully

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