Covid-19: Cinema halls, malls remain shut in Delhi till 31st March

BusinessCovid-19: Cinema halls, malls remain shut in Delhi till 31st March


New Delhi: The corona virus continues to wreak havoc. So far, more than four thousand people have died from this virus worldwide. The corona virus is spreading rapidly in India.

The number of people infected with the corona virus in India has risen to 73. Due to this, now the Delhi government has taken an important decision on Thursday. Which will directly affect the earnings of films.

The Delhi government has decided to keep the cinema, mall and school closed till 31 March. Recently, Chief Minister of Delhi Arvind Kejriwal while giving this information said that all the cinema halls in Delhi will be closed till 31 March. Schools and colleges which are not being tested will also be closed.

In view of the increasing impact of the corona virus, the Delhi government took this decision. This decision of the Delhi government is going to have a major impact on the earnings of the films released in March. 13 March English media, 20 March sandeep aur Pinky Farar, 24 March Suryavanshi is to be released on screen.
In such a situation, the earnings of these films are going to have a direct impact. Films will incur huge loss in earnings due to the closure of theaters in Delhi. In such a situation, there are speculations that some films may extend their release head even further.

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