Karan Johar has urged the Delhi government to allow cinemas to operate following the latter’s decision to declare a “yellow alert” in the state amid a spike in Covid19 cases.
Bollywood director and producer Karan Johar has urged the Delhi government to allow cinemas to operate following the latest move to declare a ‘yellow alert’ in the state amid a spike in Covid19 cases following the emergence of Omicron. Under the alarm, schools, colleges, cinemas and gymnasiums will remain closed in the state, among other borders. The director wrote on Twitter: “We urge the Delhi government to allow cinemas to operate.
Theaters are better equipped to ensure a hygienic environment while maintaining standards of social distancing than other environments outside the home. Following the Delhi government statement, the release date of protagonist Shahid Kapoor Jersey has been pushed back to December 31. Kamal Gainchandani, President, Multiplex Association of India, released a statement explaining what shutting down cinemas could mean again for the film industry. said: “The decision of the Delhi government to shut down cinemas in Delhi while implementing the ‘yellow’ alert of the Graduated Response Action Plan (GRAP) has caused enormous uncertainty and could result in irreparable damage to the Indian film industry.
“The period from March 2020 is undoubtedly the most difficult period that Indian cinemas have faced in their long history. After being allowed to reopen, theaters have already demonstrated their ability to operate safely for the public and employees through the use of advanced, improved ventilation systems. hygiene and other safety protocols.Not a single COVID11 epidemic at any time from all over the world has been traced to a cinema.