India's multiplexes are expecting a record sale of movie tickets on the occasion of National Cinema Day on 23rd September. On September 23, there can be a record attendance of audience in cinemas, because the film will be available for Rs 75 on 4 thousand screens across the country.
New Delhi: The day of 23 September is going to be very special for the film audience, because on this day National Cinema Day is being celebrated across the country. Viewers will be able to buy movie tickets for just Rs 75 in many cinemas across the country on 23rd September. It is expected that on September 23, the audience can turn to theaters to watch the film in record numbers.
The Multiplex Authority of India (MAI) has come up with an offer to buy movie tickets for just Rs 75 across 4000 screens in the country on the occasion of National Cinema Day on 23rd September. On the occasion of National Cinema Day, on Friday, viewers can register their presence in theaters in record numbers. Advance booking of movie tickets on this day is said to be very good.
The response to the pre-sales has been “extraordinary,” according to a statement from the MAI, and the 23rd of September is expected to surpass all other days for movie theatre attendance in the nation. The following multiplexes have committed to take part in the festivities: PVR, INOX, Cinepolis, Carnival, Miraj, Citypride, Asia, Mukta A2, Movie Time, Wave, M2K, and Delite.
The Twitter handle of MAI shared a Tweet that said, “Cinemas recording sold out shows in advance on National Cinema Day. National Cinema Day 2022, September 23.”
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— Multiplex Association Of India (@MAofIndia) September 22, 2022
With many multiplexes already sold out for today, National Cinema Day is estimated to set a new cinema attendance record in 2022. However, many states in the south, like Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Kerala, and Tamil Nadu will not be able to participate due to state government regulations.
Earlier, the National Cinema Day was scheduled to be held across the country on September 16. The Multiplex Association of India (MAI) established a similar day on September 16 in response to a move made by the United States of America. It marked National Cinema Day on September 3 and allowed moviegoers to watch films for incredibly low prices. It was an act of appreciation to the audience for bringing multiplexes back into the black after the epidemic. Multiplexes throughout the nation, including PVR, INOX, Cinépolis, Carnival, and Delight, gave movie tickets at Rs 75 across more than 4,000 screens to commemorate National Cinema Day.