When The Cinema Hall Opens, Only 4 People Watch The

When the cinema hall opens, only 4 people watch the morning show at the 150-seat theater in Delhi

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With a dull start, frustrated theater officials hoped that the number of movie-goers would increase in the coming years.

Covid-19 epidemic: Cinema halls closed in March due to lockdowns in the Corona epidemic were reopened on Thursday. Talking about the country’s capital, very few people come here to see the movie. The government has allowed the opening of a cinema hall on condition that it follows the guidelines of the Central and State Governments regarding all safety protocols (Covid-Security Protocol), Sanitation and Operating Standards (SOP). Although somewhat disappointed by this invisible debut, theater officials hoped that the number of viewers watching the movie would increase in the coming years. Greater Kailash region of Delhi In the Greater Kailash region of Delhi, only four tickets were sold for the show at 11.30 pm and only five at the 2.30 pm show. Recent seating capacity 150.

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Saurabh, who bought the tickets for the morning show, said, ‘I came here mainly to see what kind of precautions these friends are taking. An old movie, which is releasing again, I haven’t seen yet. I want to see it because of the positive reviews. Ajay Anand, who came with his family to buy tickets to see the film tomorrow, said, ‘I was desperately waiting for the cinema hall to open, we were’ prisoners’ at home for a very long time.

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Theater officials said they felt the response would be slow at first. However, they are waiting for the weekend when all the 130 screens in Delhi will probably be open to the public. PVR has 68 screens in Delhi. The company has 500 screens in states that have been allowed to open cinema halls, including Haryana, Gujarat, UP, West Bengal, Madhya Pradesh, Bihar, Punjab, Chandigarh, Uttarakhand, Karnataka and Jammu and Kashmir. During his visit, NewsTree saw that all Covid-19 guidelines were being followed on stage, with fewer transactions than communication, thermal screening. Theaters are currently allowed to open with 50 percent capacity and fewer shows. The show will run from 12 noon to 8 pm.

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