When you see a ticket to a movie that costs Rs 500,000, the question will be: How much did you spend?
When you go to the cinema, you will probably ask yourself, “How much did I spend on this ticket?”
However, it may not be that simple.
The average person spends Rs 500 on a ticket of Rs 500 in the country, which is almost equivalent to the value of a month’s salary in India.
The average ticket price is Rs 500.
It is worth Rs 2,500 to Rs 2.5 lakh, depending on the type of film, and Rs 3,000-3.5 crore in the US, China and India.
However, the cost varies between states.
It can range from Rs 4,000 to Rs 12,000 in Gujarat, Rs 3-5 crore for a three-act drama in Tamil Nadu, and upwards of Rs 25,000 for a movie in Karnataka.
It is the cinema that pays for the most tickets.
A movie in a major city will cost anywhere from Rs 500-1,000.
The higher the ticket price, the higher the premium.
A film like Madurai’s The Story of My Wife, which will be screened in the cinema next week, will cost Rs 8,000-$12,000 depending on its genre.
And a movie like Maha Ghatas in Kerala, which the producers say is going to be the most watched film in the nation this year, will run Rs 10,000 per ticket.
This means that a film like Aarushi in Madurai or Raja in Bangalore will cost upwards of a crore.
The cheapest film to go to is a PG-13 film, which has a PG rating.
But it will run you up to Rs 6,500.
The highest-grossing movie will go for Rs 30 crore.
And in most of the states, you can even get away with paying the ticket for a whole season.
Aurangabad, the capital of Tamil Nadu’s Saurashtra region, is the epicentre of the film industry.
Aarush in Chennai will cost up to a crore, and there are also some theatres in the region like Amman, where the film will be shown on a daily basis.
The cost of a movie will depend on the kind of film being shown.
For example, a thriller like The Story Of My Wife in Tamil will cost between Rs 5,000 and Rs 8 and a comedy like The Journey Of Rajiv in Kerala will be Rs 12 lakh.
The cost of cinema tickets is the biggest expense.
There is a large gap between the price of the tickets, and the actual amount spent on the film.
For example, in the states where the cheapest films are showing, it is estimated that the ticket is around Rs 7-8 lakh, and if a film is shown in Mumbai or New Delhi, it will cost around Rs 10 lakh.
In some cases, the tickets are cheaper than the film itself.
For instance, if the film is in Tamil, it can be cheaper to rent a ticket for Rs 50 than a ticket in Tamil.
But a film in a state like Kerala will cost more.
For this reason, tickets are available on the internet, and tickets are cheap in most states.
However in other states, the ticket will cost less.
In most of India, the cinema is usually a big deal.
However for the films that are showing on a big screen, they can get a lot of fans.
The tickets for a film that is being screened in a big city, will usually go for around Rs 30,000 or more.
However if you go out to a cinema, there is a huge difference.
The price of a ticket will range from around Rs 2-5 lakh.
But if you visit a smaller cinema, the price will be lower.
Aarushi’s price will go up by Rs 10-12 lakh in the state of Gujarat.
A film in Karnakalur will cost in the range of Rs 5-10 lakh, according to the film’s producers.
A similar movie in Kerala or Karnataka will cost the same amount.
The film in Tamil and Kerala will have a different price tag.
The tickets will be cheaper in Gujarat and Karnataka, but will be more expensive in other places.
The difference in the price can be explained by a number of factors.
The producer of the movie, the theatres where it will be showing, and even the time of day the movie is shown can affect the price.
The quality of the screen will also affect the cost.
A cinema will get better quality pictures than a smaller one.
A bigger screen will get the best picture.
The screen can also be brighter and it will have more contrast, which makes it easier for a viewer to see the action on the screen.
A cheaper screen can be brighter as well.
A higher screen also means that the film can be seen at a higher aperture and a lower shutter speed.
The number of seats will also impact the