Bursting fire crackers in the cinema hall has become a trend in India after a group of people were seen bursting firecrackers inside a cinema hall during the screening of Ranbir Kapoor’s starrer Animal. The video of the incident was widely circulated on social media platforms.
In a 16-second video, it was seen that three to four people were using sparkle guns during the climax of the movie. Two to three people were seen recording the video. The place and time of the video were not ascertained yet.
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Notably, Ranbir Kapoor-starrer film Animal has created immense buzz amongst the audience. After the film’s trailer was released earlier on November 23, fans yearned to explore its storyline in theatres. Due to the increased demand and people flock to watch the movie, more early morning shows have been added for screening.
Recently, in a similar incident reported in Nasik on November 12, fans burst fire cracker inside a theater during the Tiger 3 show. The incident led to an FIR against the people involved in bursting crackers inside the cinema.
On October 7, fans also burst crackers during the screening of a Shahrukh Khan movie in Nasik.
However, Salman Khan, from his official Instagram account, urged people to enjoy the film and avoid bursting crackers. “Request all my fans not to take fire crackers inside the auditorium as it could prove to be a huge fire hazard thereby endangering your lives and also others. My request to theatre owners not to allow fire crackers to be taken inside the cinema and security should stop them from doing so at entry point. Enjoy the film by all means but please please avoid this. This is my request to all my fans… Thank you.” he posted.
As reported by the Bollywood industry tracker, early estimates suggest that Animal earned Rs 61 crore on its opening day across all languages in India. While it collected Rs 50.50 crore in Hindi belts, the Telugu version of the film also earned Rs 10 crore.