Black Widow Release Date In India And Where To Watch

Young Natasha Romanoff Holding A Gun To Protect Yelena Is Too Emotional To Watch

Black Widow became a number one hit on the box office in its first week of release a month back. While the movie was expected to be released globally at the same time, it was not so for Indian fans. Indian Marvel fans were disappointed to hear that the Black Widow release date in India has been heavily postponed by Disney.

It was later announced that Black Widow will be released by August in India. However, no such dates were confirmed yet. But now, we’ve finally got a date for the release in India.

Black Widow Release Date In India

Marvel Studios have finally announced and confirmed the official release date of Black Widow in India. The Scarlett Johansson and Florence Pugh starrer film will be released on September 3.

Natasha and Yelena in Black Widow bike scene


Black Widow will be available for streaming on the Disney Plus Hotstar platform. Anyone with a subscription will be able to start streaming the Natasha Romanoff standalone film from September 3 onwards.

Besides the original English language, Black Widow will also be released in five additional different languages in India. These are languages that are used in India: Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, and Kannada languages.

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Black Widow Lawsuit

While India is just gearing up for the digital release of Black Widow on the Disney+ platform, the actors and the creators already have different news and problems. The Black Widow main actor Scarlett Johansson has recently been making headlines because of the lawsuit she filed against Disney.


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Johansson’s lawsuit alleged that Disney’s immediate release of the movie on the streaming platform largely affected how Black Widow did in the box office. At the same time, Disney said that the lawsuit was shocking and was a “highly orchestrated” attention-seeking move on the actor’s part.

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