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INOX & PVR multiplexes in Lucknow to reopen from tomorrow with slashed ticket prices!

After the long halt induced by the pandemic, INOX and PVR multiplexes in Lucknow will revive operations from tomorrow onwards, with discounted tickets at nearly 50% of the usual prices. While the movie shows will be available till 8 PM on the weekdays, the centres shall remain closed on Saturdays and Sundays due to the weekend lockdown. Operating at 50% capacity, the facilities will offer tickets at slashed ticket prices in a bid to attract consumers and drive business.

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Cinema halls & multiplexes to remain closed in UP despite permissions to reopen!

Uttar Pradesh government had permitted the resumption of cinema halls and multiplexes from July 5 but the owners have refused to revive operations at these facilities. Previously, the UP Cinema Exhibitors Federation had stated that the centres would be reopened on July 9 but this plan will not be materialised now. Given the restrictions of night curfew and weekend curfew, the halls would fail to attract people even if they are reopened.

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Multiplexes, gyms & stadiums to reopen across Lucknow & other UP districts from July 5!

With the diffusing COVID situation across all areas of Uttar Pradesh, the state government has announced the resumption of cinema halls, multiplexes, gyms and stadiums from July 5 onwards. While all these facilities will be permitted to re-open their gates on July 5, the state administration has maintained that strict and assured adherence to all COVID-related protocols and guidelines must be followed.

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Lucknow cinema halls open to tepid audience response, no new releases

With the graded unlock in order, cinema halls in Lucknow opened on Thursday, October 15 after a long hiatus of seven months due to the threat of spread of coronavirus. However, the frenzy of audience and movie buffs evaded this resumption. With conspicuously missing viewers and running of already released films, the halls remained empty while most continue to remain shut.

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