PRDP Advance booking: More than 60% tickets advance booked for Prem Ratan Dhan Payo

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The good news in the house for the fans of Legendry Bollywood star Salman Khan, More than 60% tickets have been already booked for Salman’s upcoming movie, Prem Ratan Dhan Payo; which is going to release this Diwali. According to Rohit Jaiswal, who is Kolkata based distributor of Bollywood movies 60% tickets have already sold for the upcoming four-day weekend during Diwali.



Rohit has written on Twitter, ‘To all @BeingSalmanKhan fans all I can say that tomorrow itself #Prdp ka 60% tickets for the four-day weekend will b sold itself #Prdp HUMONGOUS.’ And this is the response of Kolkata for Prem Ratan Dhan Payo the response in Delhi and Mumbai could be predicted extremely higher than this.

Salman Khan with Kapil Sharma during PRDP Promotions

When we made an attempt to book the tickets for 12th Night show of PRDP on Bookmyshow, only two cinemas were listed but most of the seats have already filled for the peak timings. Almost all the balcony seats and corner seats have already booked.

According to our reports, the movie is going to screen larger than ever, with screening on and over 5800 screens on the initial release day. Prem has not disappointed the fans abroad, and the screening is also going to have for them in over 800 screens.[ Also Read : PRDP  song]

Earlier today it was also revealed that the movie is of 164 minutes officially, Most of the theaters are going to start the pre-booking of Prem Ratan Dhan Payo tomorrow, and the response on that occupancy would give the initial figures of first day collections of PRDP.

The movie that is directed by Sooraj Barjatya also stars Sonam Kapoor in the lead role will be releasing on 12th Nov.Prem Ratan Dhan Payo screen count is higher than Salman Khan’s last releases Bajrangi Bhaijaan and Kick. But it is imperceptibly less than PK which was published in 6000 screens universal. Aamir Khan starred remains the widest release in Bollywood.
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