By TIM REID and ALEXANDER HORNBERG | ST.
LOUIS (AP) The trailer for “Halloween” in Hindi.
The theme song.
The creepy masks.
The movie, the most successful movie of the year so far.
Halloween is about to make its global debut in India.
And while that could be a problem for foreign companies, the company behind the upcoming release is India’s largest cinema chain, Cinemax.
India’s biggest movie chain Cinemax is opening “Hollywood Nights” at theaters across the country on Nov 17-17 to celebrate its 25th anniversary.
The date is a bit early, but it marks the company’s first visit to India in more than 25 years.
It’s the first major theatrical release of the movie in India, which the company calls its “largest market in the world.”
It’s also a major cultural event in the country, where the festival has become a national festival in recent years.
It’s one of the reasons the film has taken off.
For decades, India has been one of its biggest markets, and the country’s film industry is a major source of foreign investment.
Cinemax said the film is a global hit and that the festival will bring in billions of dollars in foreign currency earnings and tax revenue.
The company said the movie will open with a special screening, with the stars of the movies coming together to share stories.
The festival, which runs from Nov. 17 to Nov. 22, is part of a wider celebration of Indian cinema.
In addition to the movies, the festival also offers other activities like concerts, a music festival and art exhibitions.
The event will feature performances by a variety of artists, including Indian classical singer-songwriter and singer-actor Ashish Khanna, who will perform on the night of the film’s release.
It also will feature a screening of the Hindi film, “Hindi” which has won the Oscar for best film and best picture in both the 2018 and 2019 festivals.
It was a difficult year for the Indian film industry, which has seen a decline in box office grosses.
Cinemas in India have been hit hard, too.
They lost out to Hollywood in several categories, including foreign films and documentaries.
The loss in box-office revenues, however, has been less severe.
India is the largest cinema market in Europe, but the industry has struggled in recent decades with a strong population of Muslim immigrants, who make up about 15 percent of the population.
The country’s Muslim minority has suffered from decades of discrimination in education and the economy.
The Hindu community, on the other hand, has remained largely intact.
Cinemax said it will focus on films that promote the diversity of India’s diverse people.
Its goal is to create a “sense of celebration” among audiences, and it plans to showcase films that highlight the country as a whole.