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Prakash Javadekar: Full Occupancy will be Allowed in Cinema Halls

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Prakash Javadekar: Good news for cinematographers, important decision taken by the Center regarding cinemas – full occupancy will be allowed in cinema halls prakash javadekar

Highlights:

  • Central government relief to theater owners
  • 100% audience access to cinemas from 1st February
  • Information given by Union Information and Broadcasting Minister Prakash Javadekar

Mumbai: During the crisis of corona in the entire country, the central government had imposed restrictions on various services and many other things across the country. But now everything seems to be recovering from a terrible epidemic like Corona. Everything seems to be the same now. That’s the good news for cinephiles now. From February 1, 100 per cent spectators have been allowed to enter cinemas.

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Union Information and Broadcasting Minister Prakash Javadekar has given information about this. From February 1, 100 per cent spectators have been allowed to enter the cinemas. However, it will be mandatory for the audience to follow the rules related to Corona. In addition, there will be a gap between the two shows to avoid crowds outside the cinemas. This has been stated by Information and Broadcasting Minister Prakash Javadekar. Prakash Javadekar also said that the government will work to encourage maximum online ticket booking.

In view of the prevalence of corona in the country, the government had ordered to start cinemas within the capacity limit of 50 per cent of the audience. There was also a gap between the two seats in the cinemas. The audience was getting access to the cinemas on the basis of social distinguishing and wearing masks. But many spectators turned their backs on the cinemas. However, the new decision taken by the Center has come as a great relief to the theater owners.

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Prakash Javadekar has also expressed his views on OTT platform. “We have received complaints about a number of programs being launched on different OTT platforms,” ​​he said. Censor board rules still do not apply to series, programs, movies starting on OTT. We have taken note of the constant complaints. And the right decision will be made.

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