Amid equipped policemen and private guards positioned in and around multiplexes and cinema halls in Haryana and Punjab, the screening of the Hindi film 'Padmaavat' started in the two states on Thursday to a decent reaction from watchers. Security workforce was positioned outside cinema halls and multiplexes where the film is being screened since Wednesday. The Haryana and Punjab Police did not have any desire to take any risks in perspective of the brutality saw in Gurugram, abutting Delhi, on Wednesday. Multiplex and cinema hall directors said the movie was getting a decent reaction from individuals. A cinema hall owner in Sirsa town in Haryana said;
We normally have 5-6 shows every day for films. But for ‘Padmaavat’, we have 12 shows daily in view of the high demandThe film was being screened in different places in Haryana additionally despite the fact that some cinema halls and multiplexes had selected not to screen it in the midst of the pressure and dangers of savagery. The BJP government in Haryana had before forced a prohibition on the screening of the film in the state, however, boycott its previous decision after the Supreme Court verdict. Screening of the film began under tight security in Amritsar, Jalandhar, Ludhiana, Patiala and different places in Punjab. In Chandigarh, the joint capital of Punjab and Haryana, "Padmaavat" got off to a decent begin.
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