On September 2, the Multiplex Association of India (MAI) introduced that National Cinema Day can be held in India on September 16, to mark the price of a film ticket in theaters for simply Rs.75. That is, whoever goes to see the movie within the theater on September 16, must spend solely Rs 75 on the ticket. This information definitely created a wave of happiness among the many cine-lovers as film tickets often price 150 to 250 or extra in metro cities. As a consequence, many individuals had deliberate to look at the movie on sixteenth September for simply Rs 75. But now evidently most people might have to attend a little bit longer to avail this supply.
Decision to postpone as a result of Brahmastra
A dependable supply instructed Bollywood Hungama, “The Multiplex Association of India (MAI) has decided to postpone the National Cinema Day by a week. It will now be held on Friday, 23 September instead of Friday, 16 September.”
When requested the explanation behind this, the supply mentioned, “Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt’s Brahmastra is currently doing well in the theaters and is earning a storm. After breaking the record on the first weekend, the film had a stellar collection on the first Monday as well. Therefore, it is expected that Brahmastra can earn well in the second weekend as well. Disney, which has released Brahmastra, has requested the Multiplex Association to extend the offer by a week.”
National Cinema Day will be celebrated on the third Friday of Brahmastra
The source further added, “The MAI and the multiplex teams found Disney’s request justified as Brahmastra is indeed making record-breaking collections in theatres. We all know that Brahmastra is a very expensive film. In such a situation, every single day is very important for the film. In such a situation, if one day the ticket of the film will be increased to Rs 75 across India, then it will register the biggest drop in the earnings of Brahmastra. At the same time, after continuous flop films, due to Brahmastra, multiplexes are also getting a means of earning. So multiplexes also agreed to Disney’s request. In this way, now on 23rd September i.e. the third Friday of Brahmastra, National Cinema Day will be celebrated.
Multiplex chains to offer tickets for Rs.75
A trade expert told that, “The ticket price of Brahmastra has been increased. Despite this, a large number of spectators are coming. They will do so in the second weekend, regardless of the ticket prices, which is why it is a practical move not to sell tickets at cheap prices on the eighth day.”
Let us tell you that, theaters in the US have announced that they will be offering movie tickets on their ‘National Cinema Day’ on September 3 for the price of 3 dollars i.e. approximately 239 rupees. After this, the Multiplex Association of India (MAI) and cinema halls across the country have also decided to celebrate ‘National Cinema Day’ in India on 16 September and give tickets for Rs 75.
According to MAI, multiplex chains like PVR, INOX, Cinepolis, Carnival, Mirage, City Pride, Asian, Mukta A2, Movie Time, Wave, M2K, Delight etc. will offer tickets for Rs 75 to celebrate the National Cinema Day.
MAI said in a statement, “National Cinema Day will deliver audiences of all ages collectively to take pleasure in a day on the motion pictures. It additionally celebrates the profitable reopening of cinemas and is a ‘thanks’ to the filmmakers who’ve accomplished so. This is an invite to the moviegoers who’re but to return to the cinema close to them.