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How to get tickets in just 75/-: How to get movie tickets in just 75 rupees at Cinema Divas, here is its location. How to get an audience on National Cinema Day tickets for just Rs 75News WAALI

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How to get tickets in just 75/-: There are also regional language movies showing in these regions. For example, in case of Bengal, Bengali films will be shown at 75 taka.

How to get tickets in just 75/-: How to get movie tickets in just 75 rupees at Cinema Divas, here is the location

How to get National Cinema Day tickets for Rs 75

September 23 is National Cinema Day. The festival will be celebrated in multiplexes across India, with a ticket price of just Rs.75. This is an initiative to re-engage audiences post-Covid with cinema halls. The United States took this step on September 3. Movie lovers can watch movies in the cinema hall by spending only 3 zara. This festival was originally to be celebrated in India on September 16. But so that viewers can watch more films, the date has been changed, the Multiplex Association said. Advance booking has started. If you also want to be a part of this festival, here are the details on how to collect tickets:

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How to book movie tickets for just Rs 75:

Online movie tickets for Rs.75

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Cinema Day is held only in these multiplexes.

BOOKMYSHOW, PVR Cinemas, Paytm, INOX, CINEPOLIS, CARNIVAL

What to do with them online?

1. Choose your seat

Choose your movie (booking date must be 23 September)

2. Click on book ticket (showing price Rs. 75)

Select the seat and go to the payment area

giving money

note- If you book online, you will not only get the movie ticket for 75 rupees, but some additional charges. In many cases it is 80 rupees by charging internet cost.

Offline movie ticket booking for Rs 75-

Visit your nearest or any cinema hall ticket counter on 23 September 2022

And buy your movie ticket for just Rs.75 (only for shows on 23 September)

The film is being shown

1. Brahmastra (released on September 9)

2. Chip (Release on 23rd only)

3. Sita Raman (Hindi version released on September 2, which will be screened)

4. Siya (Release on 23rd)

5. Avatar (released on 23rd)

It also has images of regional languages ‚Äč‚Äčthat are showing in these regions. For example, in case of Bengal, Bengali films will be shown at 75 taka. Tamil, Telugu films will also be screened there. But Gold Shore tickets are not available at 75 taka.

Ticket bookings have already started in major cities like Mumbai, Kolkata, Pune and the rest will also start. Brahmastra as the first film has sold around 5.99 lakh tickets till the last news. 23 Friday is the regular film release day. Director R Balki’s Chip, starring Dulquer Salmaan, Sunny Deol is releasing on the same day. There is Dhoka-Round the Corner starring R Madhavan. And the sequel of Avatar will be released in December. Before this, this film is being released once again.

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