National Cinema Day rescheduled, to be celebrated on September 23; movie tickets for Rs 75

National Cinema Day is a brand-new event created as a ‘thank you’ gesture to moviegoers who keep the theatre industry afloat. On September 3, the event made its debut in the United States and the United Kingdom, with theatres such as AMC and Cinemark lowering ticket prices to $3 (About Rs 240).

Later next week, Indian theatres will join the celebration, with major theatres updating their websites with a new boilerplate. The Rs 75 offer, however, does not apply to premium category seats, such as recliners or IMAX format screens, according to PVR Cinemas.

Multiplex Association of India (MAI) on Tuesday said that the National Cinema Day, which was earlier scheduled to be celebrated on September 16, will now be held on September 23.

Over 4,000 screens at multiplexes from across the country, including PVR, INOX, Cinepolis, Carnival, and Delite, have teamed up to offer “celebratory admission price” of Rs 75 to mark the National Cinema Day.

The MAI said the commemoration of the National Cinema Day was postponed “on request from various stakeholders and in order to maximize participation”.

“The Multiplex Association of India (MAI) and Cinemas across India, welcome moviegoers to spend a day at the movies with a celebratory admission price of Rs 75 to mark National Cinema Day.

“The National Cinema Day was previously announced to be held on 16th September, however, on request from various stakeholders and in order to maximize participation, it would now be held on 23rd September,” the national multiplex trade body said in a statement.

The National Cinema Day will bring together audiences of all ages to enjoy a day at the movies, added the MAI.

Thank God: कानूनी पचड़े में फसी अजय और सिद्धार्थ की फ़िल्म

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