It was a heart-wrenching moment at PVR Juhu at 5.30 pm today when police and BMC officials trooped in to watch ‘Suraj Pe Mangal Bhari’. PVR and Zee Studios (producers of ‘SPMB’) took the initiative and invited people in question. ETimes has 159 people participating and 2 screens are being opened in this multiplex to accommodate such a large number. Each and every participant felt very uncomfortable while maintaining all precautions. The film’s director Abhishek Sharma was present to greet the guests and even watched the film with them. The film’s lead actress Fatima Sana Sheikh was to be cast, but could not be made due to unavoidable circumstances. Speaking to ETIM, PVR Cinema CEO Gautam Dutta confirmed and said, “Yes, and the show was a part of our goodwill for the Corona Warriors. We also included Zee. The show was from Zee to FOC (Cost Free) was. “BMC assistant commissioner, K-Ward Vishwas Motte and a senior cop addressed the warriors, praising them for their arduous effort in fighting the deadly COVID-19 virus. A Zee source said, “It was a very emotional moment and was appropriate for these people, as it is the first film after the havoc that has been caused by COVID-19.” Sooraj Pe Mangal Bhari ‘starring Manoj Bajpayee, Diljit Dosanjh, Fatima Sana Sheikh was released on November 15, Sunday — the first Hindi film to hit the big screen after the lockdown was enacted in March — and received good reviews. Although there has been an irregularity in the number of footfalls recorded at various hours in a day, it was expected that COVID fears have not gone away and life will take some time to return to normal. When is that magical commentary coming?
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