Theatres On Wait & Watch, Plan Dec 4 Opening
The Times of India Hyderabad|November 25, 2020
Hyderabad: Movie theatres did not raise the curtains on Tuesday though the state government had permitted them to screen films immediately by adhering to Covid-19 guidelines.

Theatre managements held a meeting and decided to keep the theatres ready for screening of films from December 4. “Though the state government has permitted flexible ticket rates, exhibitors may not be keen on increasing ticket rates. Our priority is to make it comfortable and safe for the audience to come and watch films in theatres,” M Vijender Reddy of Telangana State Film Chamber of Commerce said.

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