“It's in their interest as well, not only in our interest. This is exceptional period, we are shut and they need to monetise,” he added. PVR CEO Kamal Gianchandani said that an overwhelming majority of the producers have decided to stay committed and have rescheduled their releases. Bijli further said that PVR is also negotiating with the property owners and developers over the rentals till March 31. Moreover, PVR, which operates 845 screens in 176 properties in 71 cities, is also trying to curtail operating expenditure as revenues are going to be subdued. PVR reported a consolidated net loss of 74.61 crore for the fourth quarter ended March 2020, as the film exhibition business was impacted because of COVID-19. Its revenue from operations was at Rs 645.13 crore during the quarter under review.