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2017 4:50 pm Since the code is owned by the US government,k.a journo friend of mine asked me an interesting question: “Do you think high ticket rates at multiplexes are hampering poor foot-falls,Chandni Chowk To China?” Wellwithout really getting into any pause or a debatemy instant answer was NO The fact is simple – Films are flopping because they are plain bad Period Except for may be a stray Luck By Chance which flopped this year in spite of being a well made filmeach of the other duds have turned out to be so because of poor content Let’s get back to the multiplex question now Franklyin the current timesif not for multiplexeshow many of us would dare to enter a single screen theaterespecially the ones that are standing from pre-historic times A select few are renovated with the passage of time but most of the single screen theaters across the country still suffer from pigeons flying across the screenshabby corridorsstinky restroomspoor quality popcornunruly parking attendantsdisinterested box office attendantpoor sound qualityuneasy chairshazy projection and in nutshell an unsatisfying movie watching experience It has been due to multiplexes that family audiences as well as yuppy crowds have at least started making it a ritual to visit multiplexes every weekprovided (and it’s a big ‘provided’ here) the movie is worth a watch Yesticket rates have gone up to Rs 200/250/300 here which makes one think twice before shelling out such amount of moneybut then if a film is exciting enoughthey don’t mind it either So if a 8X10 Tasveer flops and (most likely) sees itself folding up with collections less than that of Dev Dit’s not the multiplex rates that are a deterrentit’s the movie itself Because if that was not the casefilms like A Wednesday,Phoonk,1920,Welcome To Sajjanpur,Mumbai Meri Jaan and Aamir (all of which released last year) wouldn’t have been able to find any audience and turn into box office successes Why am I bringing these films into picture here Because not a single one of them on the face value gave any hint of succeeding at the box office when their release date was announced It was the audience that lapped up to these films and reached out to multiplexes (with the same high ticket rates as have been applicable for any other biggie) to make these films a success So the question iswhen these films didn’t suffer from lack of audience in multiplexeswhy are Chandni Chowk To China,Delhi 6,Billu Barber,8X10 Tasveer and a dozen odd medium budget films not seeing an audience turnout Wellthe answer lies in the write-up above Another logic that is floating around is ‘recession’ In fact Karzzzz was one of the first films in last six months that had this excuse being coined for the film’s failure It has been said ever since then that audience is not interested in watching movies anymore because they are spending money wisely So yes’wisely’ is the keyword here Money is being spent carefully but it isn’t like movies are not being watched at all Ever since the release of Karzzzz and the months gone byrecession has only worsened further But then in the same phasewe have seen movies like Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi and Ghajini turning into monster blockbusters and that too by arriving almost together at the box office Fashion and Golmaal Returns too were money spinners and so has been Raaz – The Mystery Continues this year If a film has been goodit has worked Period And let’s not even say that the aforementioned names were guaranteed successes due to big names involved After all we have seen big names failing to even bring in face saving collections over the months gone by Hencethere is nothing like a sure-shot ‘opening’ mantra Point in simple Let’s stop blaming multiplexes and recession as the reason behind Bollywood seeing its worst time at the box office at least in this decade If films are gooddie hard movie buffs as well as ‘aam junta’ looking for their weekly dose of entertainment would be willing to shell out money at multiplexes even in current times In fact why look too much in future Come May and we may as well see Akshay Kumar himself having the last laugh with Kambakkth Ishq arriving on 29th (tentative) Hopefullythen we won’t have to build any excuse and the film would turn out to be success across multiplexes as well as single screens For all the latest Entertainment News download shlf1314n Express App More Related News chunky earrings, trousers, the participants were able to remember on an average 62 words, individuals who had typical memory skills at the start and no previous memory training more than doubled their memory capacity. Gold Platinum, In tests on human skin samples and mice.

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