On Friday, October 13, National Cinema Day is observed. The Multiplex Association of India sells tickets as little as Rs 99 to celebrate national cinema. The same deal is now available for foreign films, including Hollywood blockbusters such as The Exorcist: Believer, Paw Patrol, and others. All national films, including Bollywood films such as Jawan, Gadar 2, and Mission Raniganj, are also accessible with the new Rs 99 ticket deal.
Tickets for films may be purchased both online and at the box office. Online booking is available through platforms like as BookMyShow, Paytm, and the official websites of multiplexes. More information regarding ticket and food and beverage deals is also available on the websites and social media channels of the multiplexes and movie theatres.
Here’s how to order movie tickets online:
Simply select the movie you want to see and Friday as your desired day. It should be noted that most national films, including those from Bollywood, were made available before foreign films. This has resulted in a crowded house. However, because foreign film reservations began late, tickets are still available. Popular Indian films such as Jawan, Mission Raniganj, and Thank You for Coming are available at reduced pricing depending on the location. Please keep in mind that pricing may change due to taxes and multiplex costs.
Last year’s National Cinema Day attracted 6.5 million admissions in a single day, setting a new record. This year, nearly 4000 screens will take part in the festivities. This event features famous theatres such as PVR INOX, CINEPOLIS, MIRAJ, CITYPRIDE, ASIAN, MUKTA A2, MOVIE TIME, WAVE, M2K, DELITE, and others.
The Multiplex Association of India released an open letter last month detailing the reasoning for the new offer.”This unique event unites audiences of every age for a day of film enjoyment, celebrating the remarkable box office success of numerous films this year,” the letter said. It’s a heartfelt ‘thank you’ to all the moviegoers who helped make this a success, and a warm welcome to those who have yet to visit their local theatre.”