YRF gift – only ‘Bir Zara’, DDLJ and Sultan will be seen again for only 50 rupees


These pictures will be released from 12 to 19 November.

Yash Raj Films has taken big steps to turn the audience towards cinema halls. YRF has allowed PVR, Enix and Cinemapolis theaters to play many of their popular movies for free on the occasion of Diwali.

  • News18
  • Latest version:November 10, 2020, 10:16 p.m.

Mumbai The biggest impact of the country’s corona crisis has been seen in cinema halls, whose doors have not yet been fully opened. On the occasion of Diwali, producers often fought with the producers to get their films released, but this time the movies are released on OT and the theaters are empty. In such a situation, Yashraj Films has taken a big step to turn the audience towards cinema halls. YRF has allowed PVR, Enix and Cinemapolis theaters to play many of their popular movies for free on the occasion of Diwali.

After the lockdown, the unlocking process began and cinema halls were allowed to open across the country from October 15, but the cinema halls remained empty even after that. In fact, not a single film was released for release in theaters. Cinemas have been open in Maharashtra since November 2. Thus, Yashraj Films has made many films including superhit films like ‘Bir Zara’, ‘Sultan’, ‘Mardani’, ‘Rob Ne Bon Di Jodi’, ‘Ek Tha Tiger’, ‘Job Tak Hai Jaan’, ‘Band Baja Barate’. Paid to run unpaid. Yashraj Films is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year.

This decision of YRF can be very beneficial in bringing the spectators back to the cinema halls. The cinema is ready to run the show with half the capacity due to Corona, but the audience is still not coming due to lack of new films. According to the information, all these films will be screened between November 12 and 19 and the theaters will charge only Rs 50 for it.

Due to the lockdown, many producers decided to release live images on OTT instead of cinematographs and the first film to make this decision was ‘Gulabo Sitabato’ directed by director Shujit Sarkar. After that many films like ‘Shakuntala Devi’, ‘Dil Bechar’, ‘Khali Pili’ came directly in OTT. Cinema owners were disappointed by the producers’ decision, and they also expressed dissatisfaction with the public. However, this decision of Yashraj Films may ease the anger of the movie owners.

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