On the occasion of National Film Day, many theatres across the country sold their tickets for Rs. 75 for every movie, even in multiplexes. This was, however, not implemented in the Telugu states, with the Northern states complying to the rule, mostly.
As a result, it was concluded that the most number of audiences went to the theatres yesterday, to watch a movie, in the whole of this year. This shows that the audience is willing to go to the theatres if the prices are nominal. Observing this, the makers of Brahmastra have announced that the tickets for their film would be sold at Rs. 100 from September 26th to 29th. This is expected to increase the number of people watching the film in theatres, naturally.
With Bollywood seemingly having learned its lesson, now its time for Tollywood, which has been suffering from the problem of inflated ticket prices. Perhaps it would finally open its eyes and realize that the solution to all of its problems is rather very simple and that it boils down to reducing ticket prices.
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