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Tamilnadu Theatre Capacity at 100% – Latest Twist from the Government



A few days back, an official Government Order released in Tamil Nadu allowed 100% theatre capacity for movie releases. This was the first time a State in India announced such a brave call. Yes, this news followed by several protests all over the state and outside. Especially a particular Doctor’s Facebook message went viral opposing this decision. Many thought that this decision by CM of Tamil Nadu came after the famous Tamil actor Vijay met him. Remember, his latest big-budget movie “Master” releases in theatres this 13th January.

Whatever discussions they had, we may not fully know. But once the GO was released, it really did draw contemplations across different sectors in the state. This decision brought smiles around many cinema fans, especially ardent fans of Vijay, and many others related to the Cine industry. They thought this move will definitely bring back livelihood among many of them who depend on Cinema for life. But people forgot that COVID is still here and has even taken a new form. So, it is obvious that the decision will bring in a lot of debates.

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Now, the scenario has taken an anti-climax in the form of new GO released again by the Tamil Nadu government which states they revoke the approval for 100% occupancy in theatres and thus will revert to 50% occupancy as it was earlier. This news comes in the wake of objections given by the Central Ministry of Home Affairs.

Tamilnadu government order revoking 100% capacity

Now, there will be yet another debate – which movie will release – Master or Easwaran? Talks are going on that Master movie distributors agreed to release the movie on all Screens across the state if Easwaran withdraws from release. That’s an interesting move – let’s wait to see what happens!!

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