Chhichhore, Simmba Among Films Re-Releasing In Theatres on 15 Oct

Abira Dhar
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After seven months of being shut due to the coronavirus lockdown, cinema halls are preparing to reopen on 15 October in most parts of the country. The central government, on 30 September, announced a number of SOPs that the theatres and viewers have to follow to ensure a safe screening.

As per the new guidelines issued by the Ministry of Home Affairs, cinemas/ theatres/ multiplexes will be permitted to open with 50 per cent of seating capacity, for which the SOP has been issued by Ministry of Information & Broadcasting from 15 October onwards.

Now that you are aware of the protocols it's time to pick and choose the films you want to watch on the big screen. While there aren't any big new releases, a number of movies are being re-released. So here's looking at a list of movies that are going to hit the screens this month:

INOX

HINDI (RE-RELEASES)

  • Malang

  • Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan

  • Chhichhore

  • Dream Girl

  • Tanhaji

ENGLISH (RE-RELEASES)

  • Lion King

  • Bloodshot

  • Parasite

  • Knives Out

BENGALI (NEW AND RE-RELEASES)

  • SOS Kolkata

  • Dracula Sir

  • Brahma Janen Gopon Kommoti

  • Saheber Cutlet

  • Rawkto Rawhoshyo

Also Read: Cinema Hall to Reopen from 15 October - What are the SOPs?

Carnival Cinemas

HINDI (RE-RELEASES)

  • PM Narendra Modi

  • Simmba

  • Queen

  • Chhichhore

  • Mission Mangal

  • Malang

PVR

HINDI RE-RELEASES

  • Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan

  • Thappad

  • Tanhaji

  • Malang

  • Section 375

  • Dream Girl

ENGLISH RE-RELEASES

  • Parasite

  • John Wick

  • Joker

  • 1917

  • Bloodshot

NEW RELEASES

ENGLISH

  • My Spy

BENGALI:

  • Ebhabei Golpo Hok (16 October)

  • SOS Kolkata (17 October)

BENGALI (RE-RELEASES), slated to hit screens on 21 October (Durga Puja week).

  • Dracula Sir

  • Rawkto Rawhoshyo

  • Brahma Janen Gopon Kommoti

  • Saheber Cutlet

  • Shironaam

  • Dudh Pither Gach

  • Love Story

  • Cholo Potol Tuli

  • The Parcel

  • Din Ratrir Golpo

You must be wondering what's happened to Khaali Peeli, since the makers announced that the film is all set to see a theatrical release. According to our sources, none of these above multiplexes are screening the film. While Carnival Cinemas is the only multiplex screening the film PM Narendra Modi.

See you at the cinemas!

Also Read: Cinema Halls in Delhi to Reopen From 15 October: CM Kejriwal

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