Cinema Lovers Day: ZNMD, Rockstar, Animal and Elemental lure Delhi’s film buffs at ₹99

On Cinema Enthusiasts Day (May 31), residents of Delhi are ready to embrace their screen nostalgia by reserving tickets not for new releases but for classic films! With tickets for beloved movies like Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara and Rockstar (both 2011), and even the relatively new Animal (2023) priced at ₹99, it’s no surprise that movie buffs are gearing up to head to theaters.

Delhiites are all set to head to the cinemas, to catch a show of old Bollywood favourites like Rockstar and Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara as Cinema Lovers Day offers ₹99 movie tickets.

“My girl gang in college and me are such big fans of Ranbir Kapoor. We just adore him in the film Rockstar,” says Gauri Aggarwal, a final-year student of BSc (Hons) Statistics at Ramjas College, adding, “I have my exam today, and after all, we will all catch the afternoon show of Rockstar in Patel Nagar… I was only 7 years old when this film released and have watched it countless times on OTT. Now it’s time to watch Ranbir sing in Mohit Chauhan’s voice on the big screen. It’s such a dream come true!” Get exclusive access to the most recent news on India’s general elections, only on the HT App. Download Now! Download Now! Some residents of Delhi are determined to seize this offer, even if it means pulling their close ones along to the cinema. “I’m so excited to watch Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara (ZNMD) at the cinema with my sister, who is in the midst of her final year exams,” shares Fayeza Rahman, a Vasundhara Enclave-based copywriter. She adds, “But how can I pass up this opportunity and waste the chance of seeing Hrithik Roshan on the big screen after such a long time? Exams come and go, but Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara (smiles)!” It’s not just college students; even young parents are keen on revisiting older films. The reason is animation, which can entertain their little ones during the ongoing summer vacation. “It’s too hot to take the kids for any outdoor activity during these holidays. Then I discovered that the film Elemental (2023) is making a comeback to the big screen, and I immediately booked its tickets,” says Harshita Gupta, a Rajouri Garden-based homemaker, who has planned a fun afternoon for her eight-year-old daughter and three-year-old son. “My daughter loves watching animated films. Last year we couldn’t go to the theatre on the day because my son was too young at the time. This year, however, this day will be a fun Friday night out.” (Inputs by Alina Azfar)

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