Akshay Kumar’s Ram Setu was a no-show in some cinema

Written By

Avnish Singh

The movie's release took place at the same time as another significant Bollywood production, Thank God, starring Ajay Devgn.

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Due to confusion over which movie to show when, the distributor struck off the names of theatres that would show the movie.

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Zee Studios has been contacted by Moneycontrol, and when they respond, their comments will be added to the story.

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"Two movies came out at the same time, and Ram Setu's distributor requested more screenings because it is a high-budget film.

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The creators of Thank God, on the other hand, preferred single-screen viewing for 50% of their shows.

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We suggested giving Ram Setu three shows and Thank God two shows.

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Zee Studios disagreed because they wanted four out of the five shows, despite Thank God's creators agreeing.

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A single-screen exhibitor in Delhi who wished to remain anonymous said that they later agreed to three shows but wanted three regular shows, meaning shows after 12 pm.

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"Ram Setu was not shown in theatres in our area, and about 15 theatres were closed. We only ran Thank God at every show, the exhibitor claimed.

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