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When will movie hit theatres? after corona lockdown, everybody waiting to watch their superstar on big screens. Filmmaker and exhibition have come all over to stop the ongoing corona crisis that's the grip of people all over the world. In India too, the film industry is suffering huge losses, which are increasing day by day. And the big question here is, 'When will the films open in theaters?' While there is a lot of uncertainty about how the months ahead will open and there is no simple answer, in a panel discussion by the Bombay Times, industry experts talk about fear psychosis in everyone, theater owners and The measures the government has taken will probably expose people to big-screen films and the challenges faced in the process.
The Multiplex Association of India (MAI), a nationwide group of cinema operators, has requested studio partners, producers, artists, and content creators to help the cinema exhibition area bounce back from the coronavirus crisis. In a statement, the association appealed to the film industry to release its films in theaters, once again to open and maintain special theatrical windows - the number of days between a film's theatrical release and its wide distribution, Such as releases for DVD or streaming. Platforms.
'The global coronavirus epidemic has caused massive financial losses to the cinema sector, forcing a nationwide shutdown across thousands of screens, and many employees, not only theaters but even their supply chains and other stakeholders Is also facing personal suffering. The situation is truly unprecedented and unique. The statement said that collective action is more important than ever to deal with the collective crisis and get out of this crisis than the components of all industries.
MAI urged producers to release their films in theaters and the 'Please respect the special dramatic window, which is a time-tested industry practice'. "When this crisis passes, the combination of pent-up demand and the promise of new films, we are sure, will give a boost to the film business and contribute in a big way to revive our industry. The association said that films on the big screen The collective experience of viewing needs to be preserved and this can only be done with the collective support of all stakeholders.
The business of Baaghi 3 and Angrezi Medium was adversely affected due to the unexpected closure of theaters due to the Coronavirus epidemic. With theaters closed due to the nationwide lockout, there is a strong murmur that many big-budget Bollywood films may get a direct film release.
He added, '83 is a film that has been experienced on the big screen and we are ready to wait for it to return to normal and then release it in theaters.'
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