‘Master’ Craze: After re-opening, M’luru cinema halls see houseful audience for first time


Team Udayavani, Jan 14, 2021, 10:29 AM IST

Mangaluru: As the cinema theatres and multiplexes across the states have re-opened amidst the pandemic, Mangaluru reported houseful crowd for the Vijay starrer Master, a Tamil movie.

Suchitra theatre in Mangaluru has five daily shows and the first show begins at 6.30am. All shows including four shows at Cinepolis and PVR and three shows at Big Cinemas were reported houseful.

Master is the first movie to have reported houseful audience after the re-opening of cinema halls.

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