The offer to watch the film for Rs 75 on 16th September is no longer available, as ‘Brahmastra’

The Multiplex Association of India postponed the National Cinema Day from September 16 to September 23 in view of Brahmastra’s phenomenal performance at the box office.


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Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor starrer Brahmastra is making huge money at the box office. Its impact was also seen on National Film Day. In fact, it was decided to observe National Film Day on 16 September. which, after seeing the collection of the Brahmastras, was postponed. Under this, now this celebration has been postponed to September 23. According to reports, many multiplex chains will offer viewers a chance to watch the film for just Rs 75 on this day. But, now this Multiplex Association of India has issued a note. Let us know what is the latest update on this news?

A tweet from the Multiplex Association of India said that the decision to postpone the National Cinema Day has been taken in view of requests from many stakeholders. It has also been decided that more multiplex chains will be able to participate. In fact, after the release of Brahmastra, crowds are again seen in theaters. In such a situation theater owners are talking about increasing the share, that’s why they have postponed this celebration.

Talking about Hindi movies, this year has not proved to be anything special for Bollywood. One film after another has disappointed the audience with their weak performances. After that, the manufacturers also suffered a lot. Brahmastra’s excellent performance in such a situation gave relief to the makers. In the last four days, the film has worked its magic on the audience. In this phase, the film has so far crossed Rs 200 crore worldwide in just four days.

Now that the National Film Day has been pushed back and Brahmastra has been named, the makers’ expectations about the film have increased. Made on a budget of Rs 410 crore, this film is quickly earning a lot of money. The pairing of Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor created such magic in the minds of the audience that the superhit blockbusters started once again in the entertainment world. Now there is no doubt that the film is going to make a big impact on National Film Day. More than 4,000 theaters including PVR, INOX, Cinépolis, Carnival, Miraj, Citypride, Asian, Mukta A2, Movietime, Wave, M2K, Delite will sell tickets at Rs.75.

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