The theatrical trailer was released online on 20 December 2012. The first promos of Nautanki Saala and Chashme Baddoor were attached to Special 26. The movie was distributed all over India by Viacom 18 Motion Pictures and Wide Frame Pictures. Akshay Kumar, with the rest of the cast of Special Chabbis, were scheduled to visit the crime spot of the incident that inspired the film. A special screening was held for CBI officials on 5 February 2013.
Wait until the whole series becomes available for download on iTunes or, better still, is released on Blu-ray with (or probably without) a cornucopia of revealing special features. This does means that I wouldn't get to see the series until long after everybody of note has stopped talking about it, which is a bit crap for a film-related site that should by rights be actively contributing to the discussion as the series progresses.
This is increasingly becoming an issue for those of us financially unable or morally unwilling to spend an absurd amount each month for access to shows that we once would have been able to watch for free, or at least for the price of the annual licence fee (which, having abandoned live TV, I also no longer pay). But if you can stand being the only one at the metaphorical water cooler not gabbing about last night's episode of whatever series it is that you're having to wait to see, and can avoid all the spoilers that dance around the internet, there are distinct advantages to that third option. Box-set binge watching may have become a subject for snooty mockery of late, but I personally love being able to watch as much or as little of a series as I like in a single sitting, and it has the effect of transforming a multi-part series into an extended movie, particularly given the cinematic feel of many American cable drama series. Just recently, my girlfriend discovered Breaking Bad for the first time and struggles to pull herself away from it, which means I've had the pleasure of re-watching it in batches of five episodes at a time. 2b1af7f3a8