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AKSHAY’S STAR TURN

Over four months after Covid-19 led to the closure of cinemas, the future of theatre owners is as dark as the properties they run. As per the INDIA TODAY Mood of the Nation poll, more than half the respondents, 53 per cent, said they wouldn’t visit theatres even after they reopen. earning Rs 269 crore. So, when will we see a Rs 100 crore film next?

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