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With billions in losses and no respite in sight, multiplexes turn to mall developers for support

The latest announcement comes as a blow to the industry that is already struggling with more than four months now and was expecting some relief during Unlock 3.

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Mukta A2 Cinemas announces the launch of “Drive-In BH” Bahrain’s first Drive-in cinema

There’s more, along with series of film nights, there will be stand-up shows, live music events, special performances etc. before the actual movie screening.

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PVR Pictures leads the way, ready to release 9 titles - in theatres only

PVR Pictures will be the first major distributor to release films – in theatres only - this late summer, as theatres in the country begin to safely reopen, after getting all requisite permissions from relevant authorities.

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Irrfan Khan, Lunch Boxes & Memories from South Korea: Junho J Jeong

The story taught me that the lunch box carries the same ingredients of care and expectation, whether it’s made in India or in Korea writes Jeong.

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With leisure spends taking a backseat, exhibitors struggle to sail through the COVID-19 crisis

There will be a lack of consumer confidence, whereby audiences will be reluctant to return, say some exhibitors.

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Multiplexes will emerge stronger, smarter and battle hardened: Alok Tandon, CEO, Inox Leisure Ltd

Multiplexes were hit almost immediately as theatres throughout the country were closed and major movie releases postponed due to COVID-19 outbreak.

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Why movies and music are vital in times of Social Distancing: Rahul Puri

Movies and Music will keep you sane in insane times writes Rahul Puri, Managing Director, Mukta Arts.

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Ajay Devgn’s NY Cinemas launches India’s first thematic multiplex in Ratlam

NY Cinemas, a venture by Ajay Devgn, launched its first thematic multiplex in one of the rising cities in the Indian heartland, Ratlam.

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Dadasaheb Phalke Academy Awards most trustworthy, says late Dadasaheb Phalke's grandson

Chandrashekhar Pusalkar, grandson of the 'father of Indian cinema Dadasaheb Phalke, is upset with the multiple award ceremonies instituted in the name of the late icon. He says the Dadasaheb Phalke Academy is the body which has been paying tribute to his grandfather since the last 18 years consistently.

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McDonald’s gets movie-goers 'on their feet’ in unique experiential campaign

Reaching out to consumers in a cinema hall may not be new but driving their participation through an on-screen message sure was a novel feat. This is exactly what McDonald’s did this Independence Day. The brand celebrated diversity by relaying various messages around #BeDifferentTogether in a fun, engaging yet not preachy style.

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