After the decline of COVID-19 cases in some parts of the
country, states like Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Punjab, Haryana, Gujarat,
Andhra Pradesh, and Telangana, permitted the resumption of operations in cinema
halls. In Delhi, theatres are opened at 50 percent occupancy
Kamal Gianchandani who is CEO of the theatre chain PVR
Pictures recently said that he is happy that the studio has come up with a
slate of films that will release in Indian theatres after a huge slump in the cinema exhibition industry
due to the COVID-19 shutdown.
He said, “It is heartening to know that Warner Bros.
Pictures has announced the release dates of Mortal Kombat on 30th July, The
Suicide Squad 2 on 5th August, and “The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It” on
Many states have permitted cinemas to re-open and the release of
these movies in three consecutive weeks in multi-languages and multi-formats
would surely give a boost to the industry by inducing moviegoers back to the
big screen to enjoy these amazing films.”
Devang Sampat who is the CEO of the movie theatre chain
Cinepolis India said the company is excited to welcome back their patrons to
He quoted, “To make their welcome a bit more special,
Warner Bros. Pictures and Cinepolis will be greeting patrons with back-to-back
releases like Mortal Kombat, The Suicide Squad, and The Conjuring: The Devil
Made Me Do It which have proven to be successful in the overseas markets.