Theaters and auditoriums in Kerala have remained shut for over one and half years since the outbreak of COVID-19. The film industry recently expressed concern over the continued closure
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As COVID numbers dip in parts of the country, Delhi and Mumbai have allowed theatres to open at 50 per cent capacity. Several states have also permitted cinemas to resume operations.
After more than a year of uncertainty and ever-fluctuating release schedules, cinemas in the US will finally reopen.
Cinemas, live theatres, gaming halls, gyms in Italy will see closure, while bars and restaurants will have to suspend operations after 6 PM from 26 October. A night curfew has also been imposed.
While Carnival Cinemas has confirmed they have identified locations across India for drive-in theatres, other multiplex owners still seem to be on the fence about the business model's efficacy in the country.
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This is a major victory for the theatre owners lobby in Tamil Nadu. It's after 10 years the government has allowed a ticket price increase.
The Cabinet’s decision to clear the Model Shops and Establishment Bill will bring parity in laws across India, the retailers said, but added its success will depend on states adopting it.
Riding high on the star power of Shah Rukh Khan and a long festive weekend of Eid, director Rohit Shetty's highly anticipated "Chennai Express" today opened with 80-90 per cent occupancy in theatres pan India