Jaipur. Film stars will once again be seen on the big screen for viewers in Rajasthan. The state government has released a guideline for cinemas, under which cinemas will be opened across the state with an audience capacity of 50 percent. After this news, multiplexes to single theater managers have started preparations. Due to the influence of Corona, in most places have started working on paperless themes, in such a way that the audience will get tickets on mobile, while on mobile Viewers will be able to see their seat. Apart from this, viewers will be able to order food from the seat via mobile, for this, food link along with ticket will also be available in the audience.
After the cinematography has been resumed, the work of clinching and metinance checking has started at all places. Fresh air is being checked at all places and will be followed by paste control. For the last 11 months, theaters of Rajasthan are closed, so all kinds of technical trials are being taken. There will be floor marking from the box office to the food counter. The gapping plan has been done during the show, for this the ticket booking has been designed in such a way that there will be six feet gapping between two families. According to the information, there has been a plan to show films released in the last two to three months in most places. For this, the theater manager is in talks with the distributors. According to sources, films like ‘Wonder Woman’, Hindi version of Telugu film ‘Master’, ‘Kennet’, ‘Indu Ki Jawani’, ‘Madam Chief Minister’ will appear on the big screen. On February 25, Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s production film ‘Tuesday and Friday’ will be seen as a fresh film.
It will take care
– More than 50 percent of the audience will not enter the auditorium
– Floor marking will be done at box office and food counter
– Thermal screening will be done at the entrance
– Audiences with corona signs will not be allowed
– Public awareness video will be played
– Dispenser sanitizer in entry gate and lobby
– Masks, gloves will be available at the designated place
– Viewers have to keep mobile in the Arogya Setu App
Safety is our priority
We have insisted on making multiplexes paperless, from ticket booking to food orders and payments will be digital. Apart from the government guidelines, we have also prepared SCOP at our level. The safety of each and every audience will remain in our priority.