Be Ready To Pay A Huge Price To Watch Salman Khan’s Bharat, Thanks To The Increased Ticket Rates

A day before its release, the ticket rates of Salman Khan starrer Bharat have been increased and the revised prices will make your jaws drop in disbelief

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Be Ready To Pay A Huge Price To Watch Salman Khan’s Bharat, Thanks To The Increased Ticket Rates
Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif starrer Bharat is touted to be the most anticipated one, for obvious reasons. And to maintain the hype, Salman Khan and Katrina are leaving no stone unturned in making it a mega launch. As the film is will be enjoying the long weekend, Bharat is expected to smash all the box office records this Eid. However, the latest news suggests that there would that there is a 20% spike in the ticket fares.

Earlier, it was reported that Salman Khan wanted minimum ticket cost for his film for a massive opening, but it appears that the distributors have thought otherwise. According to a report in Mid-Day, looking at the Salman Khan's box-office history, this thought triggered the producers and the distributors to play with the fare of the tickets. With the increasing the cost of the tickets, it also might be a way to ensure an enormous collection in the initial days before the verdict spreads out.


Well, this doesn't end here, reports also state that the local theatres in Mumbai have prices ranged between Rs.180 to Rs. 350, while PVRs and INOX have prices between the range of Rs 300 to 500. Premium seats at various multiplexes in Mumbai have been priced as high as Rs 800.

As we are aware of Salman Khan's fan base, the film might bring in good footfalls at the box-office. Ali Abbas Zafar directorial Bharat also stars Disha Patani, Sunil Grover, Jackie Shroff and Sonali Kulkarni in the key roles. The film is all set to hit the theatres on June 5, 2019.


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