Why didn’t cinema halls execute this ‘Vaccination Entry’ for Superstar Rajinikanth’s Annaatthe?
Tamil Nadu remains to be exceptionally great when handling the COVID-19 situations. From maintaining strict health hygiene to now strongly imposing vaccinations, the state has been doing very well.
Of course, sometimes, it’s good to break the law for an individual for their personal (selfish) benefits. While the theatres opened after first wave had settled, the previous Tamil Nadu State Government had imposed 50% occupancy for Pongal 2021 releases Master and Eeswaran. However, apart from reputed multiplexes, almost every theatre facilitated 100% occupancy for early morning shows.
This morning with the official statement from Devi Cinemas in Chennai has been an eye-opener. Naturally, this is the best need of hour, where theatre owners have to seriously consider curbing down the pandemic issues with such resolutions. Yes, the individuals, who have been vaccinated, would be allowed inside the theaters. That deserves a great welcome, but then rises as question. Why didn’t they take this precaution with ‘Annaatthe’ that released on November 4, 2021 for the festive occasion of Diwali? The 100% occupancy especially during a festival occasion – Doesn’t that sound like an odd combination????