Theaters and multiplexes are reopening.
As cinema halls are set to reopen in Maharashtra from Friday, multiplex chain Inox Leisure Limited has announced that it will allow all guests visiting its theaters on October 22 to watch any film across the state. Will give free movie tickets unconditionally (Free Movie Tickets).
This offer is valid for booking between 9 am to 10 am on all shows through the INOX website and app. This initiative has been taken in view of the support of the people of INOX in Maharashtra. Atul Bhandarkar, Regional Director, INOX Leisure Limited West said, “As theaters in Maharashtra are finally ready to reopen, we would like to thank our patrons for the unconditional trust and love they have given us.
There will be free tickets for the shows between 9 am to 10 am
As a welcome welcome to our guests, we are offering them free tickets for all morning shows in the state of Maharashtra between 9 AM to 10 AM on 22nd October, 2021. As India emerges out of the clutches of the second wave of Corona, we are fully prepared and ready to welcome film lovers across the state.”
These covid rules issued by the government will have to be followed
Also, as per the Covid guidelines received by the Maharashtra government, cinemas will be allowed to operate with only 50 per cent capacity and only those who are fully vaccinated will be allowed to enter theatres. All guests should follow the COVID protocol including masking, physical distancing, face covering when coughing/sneezing and regular hand washing.
The Maharashtra government recently announced the opening of all cinema halls and multiplexes from October 22. The Bollywood industry was very happy with this announcement. Because everyone was waiting for a long time to release their films in theaters. After which many makers and actors had announced the release date of their films, which will now be released in theaters.
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