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On the occasion of National Cinema Day i.e. 16 September, movie tickets getting Rs 75 for cinema lovers have now been postponed, the reason behind this is believed to be the tremendous success of the film Brahmastra.

National Cinema Day was postponed due to the success of Brahmastra. Now tickets worth Rs 75 will not be available on September 16

 Let us tell you that the National Cinema Day, which was earlier on 16 September, has now been postponed till 23 September and due to this Ranbir Kapoor-Alia Bhatt’s starer film Brahmastra has got a tremendous opening. Is. Let us tell you that many previous Bollywood films flopped badly and the multiplex audience felt pity. With an aim to bring the audience back to the BAPS multiplex, it was earlier announced that on the occasion of National Cinema Day, several multiplex chains will be offering tickets under Rs 75.

Sharing a note on their social media, the Multiplex Association of India said that “on the request of various stakeholders and to maximize participation,” they have postponed the National Cinema Day indefinitely. It is good news that with the release of Brahmastra, after a long time, the theaters have thronged the audience, so it is anticipated that the theater owners want to maximize their profits as the film will release in large numbers. It is pulling the audience towards the theatres.

For some time, people of a particular ideology have been boycotting Bollywood films through social media, due to which many films are not able to recover their price and 2022 is proving to be a black year for Hindi cinema, Gangubai Kathiawadi, The Kashmir Files and Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 are only a few movies that have managed to earn big at the box office. 

The recent box office collection of Brahmastra which was released last week has taken the film business and audience alike by surprise. Let us tell you that in the four days since its release, the film Brahmastra has earned Rs 143 crore in domestic India and about Rs 65 crore overseas. In this way, Brahmastra, made at a cost of 400 crores, has so far collected a collection of about 300 crores.

Seeing the audience’s displeasure, cinema chains like PVR, INOX, Cinepolis, Carnival, Mirage, Citipride, Asian, Mukta A2, Movietime, Wave, M2K, Daylight, and many more announced that they will offer 4,000 screens on September 16 for Rs 75. Ticket.

Continuing its statement, the Multiplex Association of India further wrote, “India has a strong domestic film industry with a strong economic base and has seen the fastest growth in film exhibition business globally.

Quarter 1, FY 2023 – FY’23 posted impressive numbers among cinema operators on the back of global and local tent polls resonating with Indian audiences.

The quarter saw the release of some big budget films such as KGF: Chapter 2, RRR, Vikram, Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2, and Hollywood hits like Doctor Strange and Top Gun: Maverick among others as the release of some of the biggest domestic hits recorded.

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