Sunday, December 5, 2021

Cinemas

Netizens oppose Saudi move for cinemas in Madinah

Hyderabad: Netizens showed their resentment over the decision of the Saudi Arabia government to allow cinema halls in the holy city of Madinah. A call...

Tamil Nadu to shut cinemas, places of worship, bars from April 26

People from abroad and other states shall be allowed entry to Tamil Nadu only if they have registered in the portal http://eregister.tnega.org and information on registration should be produced to authorities on arrival

Friday Clashes: Bollywood biggies lock horns in overcrowded year

"These sort of clashes should not happen, especially at this time. As it is, business is slow. People are not coming to the theatres in big numbers and the situation is not all that profitable. At this point of time, we cannot afford clashes," says trade analyst Atul Mohan.

Restaurants, bars, cinemas in France to remain closed

"The situation is far from being back to normal. The level of contamination remains high and has tended to increase since mid-December," Xinhua news agency quoted Castex as saying at a press conference on Thursday.

Tamil Nadu govt allows 100 pc occupancy in theaters

Many film stars like actor Vijay requested the state government to give permission for 100 per cent capacity before Pongal.

Telangana permits opening of cinema theatres

Show timings are to be staggered to ensure that intervals of different shows do not occur simultaneously.

Protesters clash with Italian police over anti-Covid measures

The scenes of unrest came after Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte ordered restaurants and bars to shut from 6:00 pm.

France reports slowdown in new Covid-19 cases

Attendance to public events is cut from 5,000 to 1,000 and gatherings of more than 10 people are prohibited in public spaces such as beaches and parks.

Multiplexes awaiting approval from States to resume operations

Though the Ministry of Home Affairs has given its go-ahead to resuming cinema and theatre activities under Unlock 5.0, it has left for the States to take a final call in this regard

Coolie No. 1, Chhalaang, Durgavati among 9 new films set for OTT release

These include the Varun Dhawan and Sara Ali Khan-starrer "Coolie No. 1", the Rajkummar Rao-starrer "Chhalaang", and "Durgavati" featuring Bhumi Pednekar.

Cinemas to open but wait for Bollywood biggies will continue

Theatres had been shut ever since lockdown was imposed in March, to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus. On Wednesday, the Union Home Ministry announced it was allowing cinemas

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