Mumbai: Maharashtra's Uddhav Thackeray government has now taken another major decision after it decided to open all devotions sites including schools and temples. Cinema halls and theatres in the state are scheduled to open from October 22. The decision was taken at a meeting held at CM Uddhav Thackeray's Varsha Bungalow. The Thackeray government has allowed theatres to be started across Maharashtra following corona protocol.
Today (Saturday, September 25) CM Uddhav Thackeray held an important meeting with artists, directors, producers, multiplexes and cinema hall owners related to cinema and dramas, after which CM Thackeray decided to start cinema halls and theatres. Under this decision, all theatres, drama houses in the state will be opened from October 22. For the last one and a half years, the theatres in the state were closed.
It may be mentioned that theatres have been opened in many states of the country. Cinema halls have started in cities like Delhi, Lucknow. As a result, cinema hall owners in Maharashtra had also been demanding for several days to allow theatres to be started in view of the decline in corona infection. Tell you that Bollywood's highest earnings come from the city of Mumbai. That is, the film industry could not get a large part of the revenue. Therefore, in order to boost the economy, the state government has decided to open all theatres, cinema halls, multiplexes from October 22.