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6/15/21

Films ready with release date, just waiting for the government to say 'action', theater operators in Gujarat suffered a loss of Rs 1,200 crore

Theaters will open soon:  Films ready with release date, just waiting for the government to say 'action', theater operators in Gujarat suffered a loss of Rs 1,200 crore






A total of 50 multiplexes and miniplexes in Ahmedabad lost about Rs 350 crore.

A total of 50 multiplexes in Ahmedabad have suffered a loss of about Rs 350 crore in Corona
Multiplexes should be opened with social distance just like other industries: admin


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Older films were re-released when multiplexes and miniplexes began following Corona's first wave. New films were released a week later. According to the association, only 25 percent of the people came to the theater at that time. But with the second wave of Corona coming, the theaters decided to close. The Multiplex Association says, "The government has assured that theaters will be allowed to start as soon as everything starts." Even if the theaters start, people will come after a week or two. A total of 50 multiplexes in the city have suffered a loss of about Rs 350 crore in Corona.

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Watching movies in multiplexes is a stress buster. The
feeling of watching a movie in a theater is unlike any other setup. There are some movies that are fun to watch on the big screen. Watching movies in multiplexes especially funny Bollywood or any other subject can act like a stress buster. From a business point of view, multiplexes should be opened with social distance just like other industries. - Haritosh Bhatt

The image is symbolic

‘I think the multiplex is overrated’
I go to see the multiplex only if it is a very good film based on the reviews. I feel like the multiplex is overrated. I prefer to watch movies on my home screen according to my schedule. Multiplexes are not an option if you want to watch old movies. Now if a good movie comes, I will watch movies at home till it can be seen on the big screen. - Ritu Mehta


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Entry should be given with 50% capacity.
Just like Corona's guideline is followed in traveling, here also vaccination can be started on the basis of report or covid history. Entries with 50% capacity should be given in the scheduled show of the day. Big screen experience is now missed. Some Hollywood movies are fun to watch in multiplexes because of the sound effects, the screen. - Yuga Trivedi

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Loss of Rs 1,200 crore to theaters in the state Theaters are
currently closed but we have to set aside Rs 5 lakh per month for maintenance. Even if the theaters start, moviegoers will not immediately turn to theaters. Gujarat's theaters in Corona have lost about Rs 1,200 crore. - Rakesh Patel, President, Gujarat Multiplex Association, Member

The image is symbolic


We lost about Rs 3 crore in Corona as we shifted from miniplex to multiplex. After the first wave, the number gradually increased with the opening of the theaters, but after the second wave, people are tired of staying at home, so theaters will definitely come. We have lost about 3 crores in this epidemic. - Anis Patel, Complex Honor


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The cost of maintenance-pay from the loss is
Rs 10-12 crore per annum of the multiplex. Of which 20% is considered profit. Thus, the loss in Corona is about two and a half crores. There is nothing to earn but the cost of maintenance and people's salaries. The system really needs to think of something for this sector. - Vandan Shah, Secretary, Cinema Honors and Exhibitors Association.

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