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Aamir Khan’s ‘PK’ to release on 3500 to 5000 screens in India

Aamir Khan has decided that the rates of tickets for 'PK' will not be as expensive as his previous film.

By: BollywoodHungama.com | Mumbai |
December 17, 2014 1:32:12 pm
The makers have decided to keep the ticket prices affordable for the audiences. The makers have decided to keep the ticket prices affordable for the audiences.

Expect Aamir Khan to come with something new for his films and considering that ‘PK’ is the last big release of the year, the actor wants to ensure that 2014 ends with a bang! Amidst touring cities in India for promotions, Aamir Khan has decided that this time around, the rates of tickets for ‘PK’ will not be as expensive as his previous film.

In fact, along with the distributors, the entire team made a collective decision to not hike the tickets prices for ‘PK’. The makers have decided to keep the ticket prices affordable for the audiences, so that they don’t feel the pinch on their pockets and also because more and more people will get a chance to watch the film this way.

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Theatre owners opened advance booking on Monday itself and the shows are gaining a good response already. The film will have between 3500 – 5000 screens in India and about 820 screens overseas.

While Rajkumar Hirani and Aamir Khan are collaborating after ‘3 Idiots’ in 2009 for ‘PK’, Aamir Khan will be pairing with Anushka Sharma for the first time. ‘PK’ also stars Sanjay Dutt, Boman Irani and Sushant Singh Rajput in prominent roles and will be releasing on December 19.

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