National Cinema Day will be celebrated across the country on 23 September. On this occasion, films will be shown in more than 4500 screens of the theater for just Rs 75. In fact, the Multiplex Association has decided that cinema halls across the country will be a part of this campaign on the occasion of Cinema Day. Many movies are included in this list, let’s have a look at these movies which you can enjoy on the day of Cinema Day.
Brahmastra is the much awaited film of this year. If you have not experienced this film by going to the theater yet, then this is a good chance for you. This film is full of VFX, the story of the film will take you to the world of weapons. The film has been released in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Kannada languages.
Mrunal and Dulquer Salmaan’s Sita Ramam is already making a splash in Hindi after Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam. The story of the film revolves around a love story Sita Ramam set in 1964. In this film, Salman has played the role of a soldier, while Mrinal has become his girlfriend. Sita Ramam’ is a beautifully crafted love story that you can enjoy with your partner.
James Cameron’s film ‘Avatar’, released in 2009, will also be re-released in theaters on 23 September. Let us tell you that the sequel of the film is to be released in December. Earlier, the makers have decided to re-release the first film. In such a situation, you can also watch this film on National Cinema Day. Let us tell you that this film will be released in English across the country.
Dhoka: The Round Table is a suspense thriller film. The film tells the story of an urban couple whose life takes a twist when a terrorist takes away R Madhavan’s VV. Aparshakti Khurana is playing the role of a terrorist in the film. This film is full of twists, so if you are a fan of Maddy then this film is worth it.
Chup: Revenge of the Artist’s story revolves around a murderer who possesses an artistic test and a police officer looking for him. There are critics who give ratings to the films on the target of the murderer. Even before its release, there has been a lot of buzz among the people regarding this film. In such a situation, it is worth watching a silent film for Rs 75.
To buy a ticket for Rs 75, you only have to buy a ticket from outside the cinema hall. Apart from this, you can also buy tickets through online medium, but for that you will have to pay GST and internet fees separately.