‘Jawan’ won’t be harmed even if theaters are closed in Delhi, owner reveals
Impact of G20 on Jawans: Shah Rukh Khan’s Jawan is going to release in theaters on September 7. Craze is being seen among the people regarding the film. The film has already earned handsomely in advance booking itself. While people across the country will be able to see the young man, the people of Delhi may have to wait a little longer to see the young man. In fact, due to the G20 summit, many restrictions have been imposed in Delhi for 3 days, in which some theaters will remain closed.
Due to the G20 Summit, government and private offices will remain closed in Delhi till September 8-10, along with it has also been decided to keep some cinema halls closed. The reaction of the theater owner has come to the fore. He says that this will not harm the film.
There will be no harm to the film
Speaking to PTI, Sanjeev Kumar Bijli, Executive Director of PVR-INOX Limited, said that due to the restrictions imposed due to the G20 summit, four PVR theaters in central Delhi, PVR Plaza, Rivoli, Odeon and ECX Chanakyapuri will remain closed. However, this will not affect the film much as all of them are single screen theaters with around 2,000 seats.
Will do this much collection on the first day
Shahrukh Khan’s Jawan is going to earn a great amount on the first day. This film will break many records on opening day. If reports are to be believed then Shah Rukh Khan’s Jawan can break the record of his own film Pathan and do a business of around 70 crores.
Talking about Jawan, Atlee Kumar has written it along with directing it. Nayantara, Vijay Sethupathi, Sanya Malhotra and Priyamani will be seen in lead roles along with Shahrukh Khan in the film. Along with this, Deepika Padukone also has a cameo. Fans have seen a glimpse of Deepika in the trailer. After which he is very excited about the film.
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