Any mention of blockbuster Hollywood filmmaker Christopher Nolan's name sends instant excitement among fans across the world as almost all of the celebrated filmmaker's films have attained a cult status among which include Memento, The Prestige, The Dark Knight trilogy, Inception, Interstellar and Dunkirk to name the most memorable ones. Christopher Nolan’s highly anticipated film, Tenet finally hit the screens yesterday on the 26th of August in over 70 countries around the world. The film will be released in selective cities in the USA on September 3 for the Labour Day Weekend. This might be a welcoming news for the worldwide theatre owners who are waiting for the business to resume like before. However, the situation still looks unclear as far as the Indian market is concerned, as we do not know when the theatres in India will reopen. Though there have been reports saying that the Government might allow the theatres to reopen from the second week of September, an official announcement is awaited. If the theatres do not reopen for Tenet’s release, the Indian audience will have to wait for the right time. 
Christopher Nolan's Syncopy has produced Tenet in association with Warner Bros. with the film also including in its cast names like Elizabeth Debicki, Dimple Kapadia, Michael Caine, Kenneth Branagh, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Clémence Poésy, Himesh Patel, Denzil Smith, Martin Donovan, Sean Avery among others in major supporting roles with cinematography by Hoyte van Hoytema and editing by Jennifer Lame. This action thriller film also marks the first occasion Christopher Nolan is teaming up with composer Ludwig Göransson, considering a majority of his ventures have featured music by long-time collaborator, Hans Zimmer. Let us hope that the Indian theatres are allowed to reopen so that the Indian fans of Nolan can watch Tenet in theatres. Delayed release in Indian theatres will also pave way for piracy and it is indeed going to be a challenging task ahead for the team of Tenet. The makers have now released a promo for Tenet, check it out: