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Theatres To Reopen, Soon But With 50 Percent Occupancy Limit

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After a long wait finally, the day has come when the theatres will open. But under some regulations. So read to know more.

It has been more than six months since the theatres were shut down due to the COVID 19 outbreak. But there was a continuous demand for reopening it. Meanwhile, a piece of good news has surfaced for those who were waiting for theatres to open. According to the latest news, The Ministry of Home Affairs finally allowed movie theatres to reopen on 15th October. However, there will be some strict protocols. It is being told that though the permission to open the theatres has been granted but there will be only an occupancy limit of 50 percent.

Although the theatres will open now, the discussions are still going on about the business. People are talking to the experts about whether this is enough for business to come back on track, and what happens to the upcoming films now. But on the other side, the news about the theatrical release of Akshay Kumar’s Sooryavanshi and Ranveer Singh’s 83 had been confirmed by their makers.

Hearing about the news the stars from the entertainment industry also showed happiness. Actress Divya Dutta tweeted “Yayyy did I hear the theatres are reopening” while Abhishek Bacchan expressing their feeling tweeted “Unlock 5 guidelines out: Cinemas permitted with 50% seating capacity entertainment parks to open “

Checkout their tweets below:

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