The countries across the world are outlining plans to reopen the cinema halls/theaters as they attempt to emerge from the corona virus pandemic. The theatres are shut for the past seven months. Now according to the latest update, the theaters and multiplexes in Telangana State are all set to be opened this month. The popular AMB multiplex in Hyderabad has announced to start the business from 4th December.
The multiplex AMB Cinemas, owned by Superstar Mahesh Babu and Asian Movies’ Narang, is all set to open doors from 4th December. The film Tenet is releasing across the country on 4th December in Hindi, English along with all the regional languages. The cinema halls will screen old movies with limited shows initially along with Tenet.
According to Narayandas Narang, who managed Asian Cinema theaters, which owns over a hundred screens in Telangana, said, “Work on sanitizing theatres has already started as part of post Coronavirus lockdown precautions. We will make sure the movie lovers who come to watch the movies won’t have to worry about Coronavirus and instead focus on enjoying cinema.”
Recently the owner of Sudarshan 35MM and Devi 70MM theatres, Balgovind Raju said, “There are around 40 movies are gearing up for the release, while a few others are at different stages of production. We are ready to show the movie if distributors come forward to release them.
It’s Time For Action !!@amb_cinemas is all set to open on 4th December, 2020.
— BARaju (@baraju_SuperHit) December 1, 2020