Multiplex Association’s appeal, respect the theater, producers release the film only when the theater opens

The Multiplex Association of India (MAI) has requested studio partners, producers, artists, and content creators to avoid releasing their films for now.

MAI said the film should be released only after the theaters open. There is a report that many films premiere on digital platforms due to lockdown across the country.

Following this discussion, MAI has appealed to the films to be released in theaters.

Producers and artists support the theater

A report said that Akshay Kumar’s film ‘Lakshmi Bomb’ premiere on digital platforms. 

The Multiplex Association of India (MAI) told the producers that the theater should be respected. 

They appeal to all producers, artists that they are an essential part of this industry. 

The film will not released until the theater opens. Appealed to support the cinema exhibition sector.

When the crisis subsides, new films and their increased demand will boost the film business and make a massive contribution to reviving the industry. 

The social experience of watching a movie on the big screen should be preserved, and this is possible with the effort of all the people.

MAI 18 represents regional and national multiplex chains, including multiplexes such as PVR, Inox, Carnival, and Cinepolis. MAI operates 2900 screens nationwide.

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