Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut recently expressed her concern over the lack of theatres in the country and the rising cost of theatre visits with family. She took to Twitter to react to a tweet by trade expert and producer Girish Johar that read, “Dreaded #BoxOffice is sparing no one… Reportedly, #PVRInox has reported a loss of ₹333crs aprox in Q4FY23, adding to their earlier loss of ₹107crs, now they plan to close around 50 under performing cinemas in the next 6 months.”
The actress expressed her concern over the lack of theatres in the country and the rising cost of theatre visits with family and wrote, “We need more theatres in the country… we need more screens, this is not good for the film industry… having said that watching films in the multiplexes have become very expensive, going with friends /family means a significant part of a middle class person’s salary … something needs to be worked out ….”
Here is the tweet:
Kangana Has Expressed Similar Concerns In Past
Kangana Ranaut is known for voicing her strong opinions on social media. She has been in the movies since 2006 and has been making headlines for her social media presence, which feels almost omnipresent. Her upcoming movie, Tejas, helmed by Sarvesh Mewara, is set to release in 3rd quarter of 2023.
In the past, Kangana has also taken a dig at the government for keeping theatres closed during the pandemic. She has been vocal about her support for the theatre culture.
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In conclusion, Kangana Ranaut’s concern over the lack of theatres in the country and the rising cost of theatre visits with family is valid. The film industry needs more screens and theatres to thrive. Kangana’s voice on social media has been influential, and her upcoming movie, Tejas, is highly anticipated.
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