That is the big question as of now. In the last eight months, the lives of people have changed so much that the common man is not at all thinking of entertainment in the first place. His concentration is mainly to survive this pandemic and then take care of himself and his family.
Jobs have become doubtful, lives taken, and even the younger generation is not that curious about the fun part. In such a time, what will happen to the movies when the theatres will open in the days to come in Telugu states. The theatres in the country were ordered to open yesterday and some theatres also started screening old films. But the talk is that most of the theatres were empty.
So, this raises the question again, whether the audience is interested to watch films. The Corona scare has still not gone down and the advent of OTP’s has changed things in a big way. The audience now has the facility to watch films at their leisure. So, the talk is that when the movies get back and big releases happen during Sankranthi, the audience will think twice to go to the theatres. The star status of the heroes help in bringing back the audience will also not help is the perception.
Even if the theatres open completely, except for some big-ticket films, the rest of them will find it hard to survive as not many will watch them. At this moment, the Corona scare, IPL, and moreover the crazy rains have disturbed the people in a big city like Hyderabad.
The general thinking is that anyone who has his pockets full will think of entertainment and movies. But as it is not the case with most of them and a life threat at stake, the audience has clearly lost interest in movies as of now.
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