Cinema Hall (Photo Credit – AFP)
PVR’s JMD Sanjeev Bijli (Sanjiv Bijli) said, “I don’t see new movies when I come to the theaters but I am glad that the theaters have been launched.” I think the next two weeks will be a test for all of us.
- Latest version:October 16, 2020, 11:29 pm IST
Significantly, after seven months of closure, cinema halls have opened in many parts of the country. In Delhi, theaters and multiplexes opened on Thursday due to strict rules relating to Kovid-19 in Madhya Pradesh and parts of Gujarat, but cinemas in Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Chhattisgarh are still closed.
Bidyut said the cinemas have made arrangements for standard operating procedures such as seating a seat, selling tickets with only 50 per cent capacity, selling packaged food items, heat testing and sanitation.
Older movies are now being shown in theaters
Many cinemas have started directing movies but no new pictures have been released so far, so only old pictures are being shown. Bijli told PTI-Bhasha, ‘New movies are not seen coming to theaters but I am happy that theaters have been launched. I think the next two weeks will be a test for all of us.
Pictures like ’83’ and ‘Suryavanshi’ will be released on Christmas or New Year
Sanjeev Bijli said that films like ’83’ and ‘Suryavanshi’ will be released on Christmas or New Year, but in November, some important films including ‘Bunty Aur Babli 2’ are going to be released before Diwali. , ‘Sandip and Pinky Fugitive’, ‘Tenet’, ‘David Copperfield’. He said that many Tamil, Bengali and Punjabi films are also in line for release. Viewers will see many new things in these pictures.