Master’ screening, Police book case against Chennai theatres for violating COVID-19 norms


After individuals crowded cinemas for well-liked Tamil actor Vijay starrer Master, police on Wednesday set-aside a case against a theatre here for allegedly violating the regime order on allowing solely fifty per cent occupancy throughout the screening of films thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic. The popular theatre within the town was one amongst the various in province wherever the moving picture was discharged coinciding with the Pongal harvest pageant and is alleged to possess enjoyed an honest gap on its initial day.


The incident came to light-weight once videos of the crowds went infectious agent on social media. The MGR Nagar police, WHO registered a case against the theatre management, aforesaid a penalty of Rs five,000 was levied. The theatre reportedly allowed a lot of viewers to observe the primary expensive unharness since the coronavirus-induced internment kicked in last year. Visuals, supposedly from within the theatre, showed individuals occupying most the seats in clear violation of COVID-19 regulation like physical distancing.Many of the viewers within the videos were found not carrying masks.

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The much-awaited film within which another high actor Vijay Sethupathi and Malavika Mohanan play lead roles was discharged in several states within the country on Wednesday and attracted large crowds in province.Directed by Lokesh Kanagaraj underneath Saint Francis Xavier Britto’s XB Film Creators banner, Master has had an outstanding gap within the state, with fans thronging the cinema halls to observe the primary show of the film within the wee hours, in line with sources.