PVR Cinemas is all Set to Reopen its Theatres

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PVR Cinemas said that its theatres would reopen on July 30.

PVR Cinemas stated on Thursday that its screens would reopen on July 30 with all of its employees properly immunized against COVID-19.

PVR stated in an announcement that its theatres would reopen on July 30 in states and union territories that have permitted them to do so.

As the number of COVID-19 cases in the country drops, states like Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Punjab, Haryana, Gujarat, Andhra Pradesh, and Telangana have allowed theatres to reopen.

Cinema halls in Delhi were permitted to reopen on Monday with 50% bookings.

As part of routine safety and sanitary requirements, the multiplex network stated it would adhere to observe the Ministry of Information & Broadcasting’s standard operating procedures (SOPs).

The following week has several blockbuster Hollywood films scheduled for release.

It includes NBC Universal’s Promising Young Woman (August 6), Old (August 13), Fast & Furious 9 (August 19), The Croods: A New Age, and Nobody (August 27), as well as The Suicide Squad (August 5), Mortal Kombat (July 30), and The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Devil Do It (August 13).

With the COVID-19 pandemic still not leaving us behind, PVR Ltd.’s priority has been on immunizing its whole workforce, according to Ajay Bijli, Chairman and Managing Director.

“We are thrilled to be reopening, and the year ahead appears to be bright. To fulfil the pent-up demand, the goal is to offer as much material as possible across all screens.

As theatres reopen following the second wave, we expect movie-going habits to resume among customers, with big-ticket Bollywood and regional films awaiting producer announcements and globally released Hollywood content,” he said in a statement.

“As we continue to reclaim our audience’s trust in large screen entertainment, our focus now will be on encouraging immunization while also exposing our new offerings,” he added.

Safety Protocol Maintained

PVR will strive to implement strict cleanliness procedures, social distance, and food safety precautions, as well as minimum human interaction across different contact points, in addition to immunized employees.

Some of the safety measures already taken by the PVR cinema halls are cross seats in theatres with 50 per cent occupancy; queues marked properly for maintaining social distancing, no–contact payment facilities, 50 per cent operational capacity for washrooms and disinfecting the premises frequently.   

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