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Kangana Ranaut ACCUSES theatre owners and film studios of ‘gangism’ and ‘groupism’.

It is no news that movies that have been streaming mostly on OTT platforms these days owing to the Pandemic situation. With the spread of the Covid-19 situation since last year, theatres have been facing a lot of difficulties in running their business. In return, it has also affected the cinema business altogether.

Kangana Ranaut ACCUSES theatre owners and film studios of 'gangism' and 'groupism'.

However, Recently the theatres have been opening up and movies have started to be shown. People are allowed by following certain restrictions. Kangana Ranaut’s new movie “Thalaivii” was supposedly set to release in April, but due to Covid restrictions, it has to be postponed.

Apparently, the trailer had been released, the theatres have asked that they cannot release the movie just yet due to the other production houses’ demand. They have asked for a time for 4 weeks already. This would further hamper the budget of the movie and today Kangana Ranaut in her Instagram profile had posted a video regarding this matter.

She said “We have earned the money that we used to make the film, so the film is good for us. But cinema halls and multiplex chains are not allowing us to play films. They have told us that studious and others like Yash Raj are not allowing us to play their films. Theatres and multiplexes should leave behind ‘gangism’ and ‘groupism’ and think of ways to bring the audience back to cinema halls,”. She had asked for the support of her fans in this difficult situation.


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