The movie exhibitors across both the states of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh have announced reopening theatres on Sunday last.
PVR at present operates over 844 screens at 177 properties in 71 cities (India and Sri Lanka).
Sequels come with the advantage of a ready fan base, because fans of the earlier film or films in the series hope to see what happens next in the franchise.
Theatre owners were asked to duly follow Standard Operating Protocols laid by the government.
In this regard, the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting has issued a set of standard operating procedures (SOPs) for cinema halls and theatres to prevent the spread of the ongoing novel coronavirus.
These are positive signs for the film trade but they pose new challenges, mainly pertaining to luring people back into the theatres.
Theatre owners are confident to pull off their business with new restrictions and manage the safety of customers as well as their staff members after a seven-month shutdown.
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Tahir, who plays legendary batsman Sunil Gavaskar in Kabir Khan's ambitious "83", said the upcoming film can only be savoured as a big screen experience.
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