Tamil Nadu theatres to open after eight months: Critically acclaimed films get rerun

On Oct 30 Tamil Nadu government have permitted the theatre owners to re-open cinema hall from November 10 with 50 per cent seat occupancy.
Tamil Nadu theatres to open after eight months: Critically acclaimed films get rerun

Chennai

Due to the Coronavirus pandemic cinema halls in the state of Tamil Nadu remained shut for over eight months. The state government on Oct 31 permitted the theatre owners to re-open cinema halls from November 10 with 50 per cent occupancy and instructed to follow the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP).
Multiplexes like PVR Cinemas and SPI Cinemas have opened their movie bookings at their premises. Tamil Film Active Producers Association (TFAPA), announced on Monday that there will be no new Tamil movie releases until the Virtual Print Fee (VPF) charges demanded by digital service providers are taken care of by the theatre owners. So the multiplexes have decided to play the old hit movies.
Hit movies like Ashok Selvan's Oh My Kadavule and Dulquer's Kannum Kannum Kollayadithaal have been scheduled in the multiplexes for tomorrow along with Harish Kalyan’s Dharala Prabhu. Hollywood movies like 1917, Joker, and My Spy are also planned for tomorrow.
New Tamil films like Suriya's Soorarai Pottru, RJ Balaji-Nayanthara's Mookuthi Amman will be premiered on Amazon Prime, Disney+ Hotstar respectively.

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