The grand release of Pawan Kalyan’s Sardaar Gabbar Singh, across the world, is just few hours away and all eyes are on the Powerstar, who himself has written the story and the screenplay. Directed by KS Ravindra (Bobby), the film has been produced by Sharrath Marar and Sunil Lulla. While Kajal Aggarwal has played Pawan Kalyan’s romantic interest in this action entertainer, Sharad Kelkar will be seen as the lead antagonist.
iDream Media and Eros International are releasing the film in 43 countries across the world, and in USA alone, the film will be screened in more than 184 locations. It’s the first time that online ticketing has been enabled for a big film, at least four days prior to its release and all the prints were shipped and delivered to the respective locations two days in advance.
Fandango, one of the most popular ticketing service, is now offering discount cards to buy movie tickets for Sardaar Gabbar Singh and these discount cards are valid at any theatre which has a Fandango ticketing system. Here are some of the links which enable the audience to buy tickets at a discount.
Fandango Discount Cards:
Below links are Valid for Any fandango ticketing theater
On a similar note, Carmike, one of the largest theatre chains in the US, is offered $5 off on ticket pricing for Sardaar Gabbar Singh. This Carmike Discount Offer is valid in all of Carmike, Muvico and Digiplex Locations. Get 20% off per ticket on Theater Pricing.
Here is the Online Link to buy the Carmike discounts:
You can buy them in Most of the Sam’s Club Locations
Get ready to feel the thrill and be mesmerized by Pawan Kalyan and rest of the cast. Nothing comes close to watching a big action movie in theatres. Book your tickets now and watch Sardaar Gabbar Singh at a theatre near you!
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