On September 9, Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor’s Brahmastra will be released, and cinephiles can’t wait. You can now watch Brahmastra for just Rs 75, which is considered to be a cinematic marvel by many fans.
Would you like to know how? A moviegoer can watch a film on the occasion of National Cinema Day on September 16 at just Rs 75 with the Multiplex Association of India (MAI) and hundreds of cinemas across the country. The program is being implemented by about 4000 theatre chains.
Cinephiles across India will be able to watch movies at cinemas on National Cinema Day (September 16) for a price of Rs 75, thanks to an Ayan Mukerji directorial and the Multiplex Association of India (MAI). The films are now available at just Rs 75 since they release around the same time.
WHY DO TICKETS FARE SO LOW?
On September 16, National Cinema Day celebrates the reopening of cinemas and thanks moviegoers for their support. Cinephiles who haven’t seen a movie yet after the pandemic are also invited to celebrate National Cinema Day.
In the aftermath of the pandemic, India’s film industry has experienced one of the sharpest recoveries. Cinema operators reported impressive numbers in the first quarter of FY 23. There were also Hollywood hits such as Doctor Strange and Top Gun: Maverick released during the quarter, as well as domestic hits including KGF: Chapter 2, RRR, Vikram, Bhool Bhulaiya 2.