ITAHARI: SEPT. 22 – The district administration offices of Kathmandu Valley have paved the way for opening cinema halls by adopting security measures from September 3 and similar decisions are being taken in many other districts of the country.
But some 20 days after the decision was made, the movie theatres are still open.
It is said that the businessmen who say that they are ready to open a cinema hall amidst the apprehension of the audience coming or not, do not have any film to show at present.
What’s the situation
“It’s not like any other area to open as soon as you open it. A movie is needed to open a movie. A film is not a combination, the line-up of the film is needed, ”said Nakim Uddin, director of Tim Quest, a company that has been operating QFX cinemas. “We need all three English, Hindi and Nepali films.”
He informed that due to the fact that cinema halls have not been opened in the state of Maharashtra in India yet, a sufficient number of Hindi films are not available and they are taking initiative in the case of Englis
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