The box office is not sparing anyone; When the film producer tweeted about the loss to PVR, Kangana Ranaut said – Middle class salary…

Kangana Ranaut recently tweeted about film producer Girish Johar’s loss to PVR.

Multiplex chain operator PVR-Inox has announced closure of around 50 cinema screens in the next six months. The company is incurring losses from these theatres. The company said this while announcing its quarterly results.

PVR-Inox has incurred a huge loss of Rs 333 crore in the March quarter. The company had earlier posted a profit of Rs 16.1 crore in the December quarter and a loss of Rs 105 crore in the year-ago March quarter.

Film producer Girish Johar has tweeted about the losses incurred by PVR. Kangana Ranaut has given her response on this tweet of the producer. And said that movie tickets are very expensive, this affects the salary of the middle class.

Kangana Ranaut reacts to Girish Johar’s tweet

In fact, Girish Johar tweeted that ‘Dangerous! Box office is not sparing anyone. Reportedly, PVR Inox has reported a loss of around ₹333 crore in the fourth quarter of FY2023, adding to their earlier loss of ₹107 crore, as they now look to close to 50 underperforming theaters in the next 6 months. Planning to shut down.


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Responding to this, Kangana Ranaut wrote that ‘we need more theaters in the country. We need more screens, this is not good for the film industry. Having said that watching movies in multiplexes has become very expensive, going with friends/family means a significant portion of a middle class person’s salary… something needs to be done.’


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User Feedback

Social media users are giving their reactions on Kangana’s tweet. A user named Naveen wrote that ‘OTT platform is best for the middle class’. One user wrote that ‘tickets are cheap but a middle class cannot afford the snacks being sold in multiplexes’. One user wrote that even after selling pop corn worth Rs 400, tell them that they are facing loss. A user named Krishna wrote that ‘Thank you on behalf of the industry for raising this AA joint voice. This should happen.


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