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Rs 75 Tickets Are Not Available on September 16, The National Cinema day. Is This Because Of Brahmastra’s Success?
On this National Cinema Day, theaters are supposed to offer 75 Rs tickets to viewers. But, it has been postponed, and people think this is because of Brahmastra’s success.
The National Cinema Day was supposed to celebrate on September 16, but it has been postponed to September 23. People think that it is because of the successful journey of Brahmastra. Earlier it was announced that on September 16, there would be Rs 75 tickets, but now after the cancelation of the National Cinema Day, there are no low-priced tickets.
The Multiplex Association of India said, “on request from various stakeholders and in order to maximize participation,” they have postponed National Cinema Day. After a long time, Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt’s movie Brahmastra increased the audience and sales. Earlier this year, the Kashmir Files, Gangubai Kathiawadi, and Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 scored well at the box office. But, Brahmastra has crossed all those and made 143 crores in just four days.
There are around four thousand screens that will offer Rs75 tickets to viewers. There are INOX, PVR, Cinepolis, Miraj, Carnival, Citypride, Mukta A2, Asian, Wave, Movietime, M2K, Delite, and many more.
The National Cinema Day was previously announced to be held on 16th September, however, on request from various stake holders and in order to maximize participation, it would now be held on 23rd September #NationalCinemaDay2022 #Sep23 pic.twitter.com/c5DeDCYaMD
— Multiplex Association Of India (@MAofIndia) September 13, 2022
The Multiplex Association Of India also stated, “India has a thriving domestic film industry and has seen one of the sharpest recoveries in the film exhibition business, globally. Quarter 1, FY’23 recorded impressive numbers among cinema operators on the back of global and local tent poles that resonated with the Indian audience.
The quarter was marked by releasing some of the biggest domestic hits like KGF: Chapter 2, RRR, Vikram, Bhool Bhulaiya 2, and Hollywood hits such as Doctor Strange and Top Gun: Maverick.”