Kangana Ranaut blames theatres and multiplexes of ‘groupism’ and ‘gangism’ which harms cinema business

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Published by Dishi Ajmera on 05 Sep 2021

Kangana Ranaut is back in the headlines as her movie Thalaivii is going to release in the theaters. The movie is going to be released in multiple languages in the South Film Industry. The movie is also going to release in the Bollywood industry. The movie is a female centric movie with a high budget of 90 crores. The pandemic has shook us all, but we do have to adopt the new normal. Theaters, cafes, schools are slowly opening. The movie Thalaivii is going to be a theatrical release.

Kangana Ranaut took to her social media handle and talked about the same. In the video she is seen speaking about her film and the problem to she is facing with theaters. She expressed how big production houses like Yash Raj and others are not allowing her films to run in the theaters. She expressed her feelings by saying that she is getting a single screen for the audience to watch films.

She also highlighted how ‘Gangism’ and ‘Groupism’ is there in theaters and multiplexes which should stop. She captioned the video,” Sincere request to multiplexes @pvrcinemas_official @inoxmovies.”

Later after this PVR also released a statement which was a big relief for the team. It said,”  PVR’s decision to screen the Tamil and Telugu versions of the film is a ray of hope for Team Thalaivii as well as all those cinegoers who are waiting to rush back to their favourite multiplex chain for a cinematic experience. I am personally moved by the kind words used for me and Team Thalaivii, and I hope with talks, and a passion for the theatrical experience, we can come together to find a solution so that the Hindi version can also find love and appreciation on the big screen.”

The film is going to release on 10th September 2021 in theaters. Fans are very excited to see Kangana on the screen as she stuns everyone with her performance and knows the art of shutting people’s mouth as performance speaks it all. Kangana has always believed, let the work speak more than yours words.

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