Makers’ big bet on Ranbir Kapoor, know how many tickets sold so far? Shamshera: Makers big bet on Ranbir Kapoor, know how many tickets sold till now?

The world of cinema is once again gaining momentum. Movies ready for release are now slowly released. In such a situation, both Ranbir Kapoor’s upcoming films Shamshera’ and Brahmastra remain in constant discussion. Ranbir is making a comeback once again with ‘Shameshra’. The makers as well as the fans of the actor have high hopes for this film.

Ranbir Kapoor’s film ‘Shameshra’ is going to release tomorrow i.e. on July 22. With this film, the makers have played a big bet on Ranbir. All eyes are just on whether this film will prove to be a guarantee of a hit or it will face a flop. ‘Shamshera’ is all set to release on Friday in about three and a half thousand screens in India and around one thousand screens abroad.

If we talk about the pre-booking of the film, then the pace of selling tickets is still slow. But it is expected that as soon as the film is released, it will grow very fast. At the same time, the makers are also doing all their math, they too hope that before the release of the film, they will earn 6-7 crores from advance booking. Not only this, this time YRF Films has not even fixed the ticket rates. The makers have left this decision to the owners of theatres.

According to the information received, till Wednesday evening, the advance booking figures of 40 cities in the country have been revealed. In which the name of Delhi is at the forefront. The audience here has given a lot of love to ‘Shamshera’. Fans are quite excited about the film. Let us tell you that Ranbir will be seen on the big screen after four years after the film ‘Sanju’. Seeing the kind of response received from the trailer to the song, the makers are sure that this film will prove to be a hit.

Yes, Yash Raj Films negotiates well before releasing its films. But this time the makers have given this responsibility to the owners of theatres. The result of which is that tickets for ‘Shamshera’ on a single screen are getting up to Rs 75, whereas in multiplexes also the maximum rates of the film are less than five hundred rupees.

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