The Diwali of cinematographer owners and cinematographers in the country was going to be very bleak but now it may be that this Diwali will be a little bright. Because Yash Raj Films Studios has taken a big step to brighten up the theaters of Diwali.
The studio has allowed PVR, Inox and Cinepolis theaters across the country to play many of their popular films on the occasion of Diwali for free.
Cinemas across the country have opened from October 15 and the Maharashtra government has also given permission to open theaters from November 5. Despite getting permission, cinemas are not opening across the country.
The biggest reason for this is the absence of new films. Yash Raj Films has taken this big step in view of this cinematic condition. The studio has’ Kabhi Kabhi ‘,’ Silsila ‘,’ Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge ‘,’ Dil To Pagal Hai ‘,’ Veer Zaara ‘,’ Bunty Aur Babli ‘,’ Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi ‘,’ Ek from its library Many films like Tha Tiger ‘,’ Jab Tak Hai Jaan ‘,’ Band Baaja Baaraat ‘,’ Sultan ‘,’ Mardaani ‘,’ Dum Laga Ke Haisha ‘have been given to run without any fees.
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All these films will be available for the audience from November 12 to 19 in theaters for just Rs 50. Yash Raj Films with its films wants to help theaters to pull the audience to theaters.
The producers of the new films do not want to release their films in theaters right now because the audience is not coming in theaters.
Here theaters also say that till the time new movies come, how will the audience come? Yash Raj Films is now trying to eliminate this misunderstanding between the producers and the owners of theaters.
A few days ago there was also news that Yash Raj Films is planning to release its recently produced film ‘Bunty Aur Babli 2’ on the occasion of Diwali.
The film stars Saif Ali Khan, Rani Mukherjee, Siddhant Chaturvedi and Sharvari Wagh in the lead roles. However, now that the studio has given so many of its films to theaters for free, it may be that it will release its new film around Christmas next month instead of Diwali.