The actor is grateful for the opportunity and excited to see the fruit of her labour.
PM Narendra Modi asked Hindu extremists to restrain from opposing the film.
The streaming site plans to start charging people outside a single household.
Atrium Cinemas says it is scheduled for a screening on March 3.
Indian media reports that the film made INR 530m at the Indian box office on its first day.
Protesters threatened to burn down the cinema if the film was screened in the city of Bhagalpur.
Calling her sons her "biggest critics", she said they teared up a little and told her they're proud of her.
Starring Sajal Aly, Bilal Abbas Khan and Mira Sethi, the show's themes include minority representation, the bond between sisters and women's right to inherit property.
Around 400,000 advance tickets have been sold in the 36 hours since online ticketing opened.
It also stars Muneeb Butt, Saboor Aly, Hareem Farooq and Sunita Marshall.
The drama also stars Sidra Niazi, Saba Faisal and Syed Mohammad Ahmed.
Safe to say, this year, Netflix has all genres covered and we are not complaining.
Babe, wake up a new Bollywood propaganda film just dropped.
The Jordanian film depicts atrocities against Palestinians during the 1948 conflict following Israel’s creation, which Palestinians call the Nakba, or catastrophe.
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The Salman-Aaliya (played by Bilal Abbas and Sajal Aly) shippers are on the rise.
The show sees the guitarist as an anchor who goes on raids to uncover evils in society.
"Our motto is 'go left' and Saim Sadiq’s unique film does just that. Joyland is ground-breaking. And it’s easy to get lost in all the ways that it is," he wrote on Instagram.
The film also stars Atharva Verma, Rizwan and Ayana Manji, Alicia Silverstone, Hasan Minhaj, Shaheryar Rana, Chris River and Mojeane Sadr.
This is India's first-ever Golden Globe and, according to the film's Twitter account, the first Asian song to win Best Original Song at the awards.
The title RRR is short for "Rise Roar Revolt" and the film chronicles the Indian freedom struggle from the British and the Nizam of Hyderabad.
Filmmaker Sean Baker retweeted the distributor's announcement, calling it "great news" and Joyland a "beautiful film".
The film is currently in the 'coming soon' section of Cinepax cinemas.
The country's censor board has also removed "side poses" of the actors from song 'Besharam Rang'.
The singer-actor shared on Instagram that he's no longer associated with the biopic because of "creative and personal reasons."
The actor shared the first motion poster of the film that features a cricket ball, bullets on the ground, a bat and a wicket.
The film is based on real events and won in the category of Best Human Rights Film for the month of November.
The film made $10m at the worldwide box office, according to its official Instagram account.