- Congratulations to the audience
- Churas in Bollywood, Hollywood, Marathi and Southern films
- Cineworld has been blooming since November; Performance of high-performance films
In most of the states in the country, the cinemas are at full capacity. In the state of Maharashtra, however, the state government has given permission to operate cinemas with 50 percent seating capacity. Compared to total box office collections across the country, Hindi films receive 30 percent funding from major cities like Mumbai and Pune. Hence, producers and distributors are keen to get the screens of most of Mumbai’s movie theaters. Producers are postponing their theatrical release dates to make more money at the box office. But on Diwali the audience will be able to experience a big movie bang.
Cinemas and filmmakers across the country are currently investigating the situation. Because they want to make a big bang on the occasion of Diwali. It starts with the long-awaited film ‘Suryavanshi’. As star actors like Akshay Kumar, Ajay Devgn, Ranveer Singh and Katrina Kaif, he tries to reserve the screens of more and more cinemas across the country, including Mumbai. Because the much acclaimed Hollywood film ‘Eternal’ is shown in India on Diwali. The film will be available in Hindi, English, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Kannada. Meanwhile, the southern film ‘Annathe’ is showing in Tamil and Telugu. As a result, while it will be a festival of films for the audience, the headache for producers getting a screen will be.
Scratch for screen
“Before the lockdown, around 10,000 cinema screens were in operation across the country. That number was less than the demand. So in the movies there used to be a rope from the screen department. Now, after the lockdown, around one and a half to two thousand screens across the country have been turned off. Even in Maharashtra, the cinemas are only used at 50%. Rajinikanth’s “Annathe” should get the most movie theaters in the southern states. So Suryavanshi may be trying to get at least three and a half thousand screens in the northern states. The film “Eternal” is shown in different states of the country because it is a multilingual film. The audience for this film is in every state in the country, including Mumbai. Therefore, these three big films will be overcrowded in the days of Diwali, ”says cinema trend analyst Girish Johar.
Congratulations to the audience
Bollywood’s thorn in the side, however, will be a source of entertainment for the audience. The variety of subjects is there in the films; But at the same time, the films of star actors are in this race. Although there are no three Khans in this box-office fight, the audience has high expectations for the films to come. Big budget films like “RRR” and “Gangubai Kathiawadi” are on the verge of clash. These films come to the audience every day. On the other hand, on the same day, the 29th, Shahid Kapoor’s ‘Jersey’, a remake of a southern film, is also about to be released. The producers decided to release it on December 31st. Ranveer Singh’s film ‘Circus’ is due to hit theaters on the same day.
Visit in November
Suryavanshi, Annathe, Eternals, Bunty Aur Babli 2, Satyamev Jayate 2, Finale, Resident Evil, Kartikeya, Jayanti, Jhimma