Kalki 2898 AD advance booking: Prior to the film’s release day, Mumbai offers the most expensive ticket for Prabhas’s film at ₹2,300

Kalki 2898 AD reservation in advance: Not even in Andhra Pradesh or Telangana, Mumbai is the place where tickets for Kalki 2898 AD are being sold for a whopping ₹2,300. Thursday, June 27 is when the Nag Ashwin film, starring Prabhas, is supposed to be released.

Deepika Padukone, Prabhas, Kamal Haasan, and Amitabh Bachchan play the main roles in the much-awaited Telugu film, which is also being released in Tamil, Malayalam, and Hindi. Since advance reservations opened, a large number of fans in Hyderabad, Mumbai, Bengaluru, New Delhi, Chennai, and Hyderabad have already obtained their first-day first-show tickets.

Movie tickets range from ₹100 to ₹1,100 in most cities. The most expensive Nag Ashwin movie ticket, oddly enough, is ₹2,300, and that’s not even in Hyderabad, where the film is the most well-liked. Tickets for Kalki 2898 are being offered for an absurd ₹2,300, according to a News18 report.

For ₹2,300, you may buy tickets for Kalki 2898 AD at Maison INOX: Jio World Plaza in BKC. It is approaching the Atria Mall in Worli’s INOX: Insignia and Lower Parel’s PVR ICON: Phoenix Palladium, which are asking ₹1,760 and ₹1,560 for movie tickets, respectively. Taxes are not included in these prices.

Although the cost of cinema tickets is capped in Andhra Pradesh, the state government has now approved an increase in the price. The ticket price will increase by ₹75 for single-screen theaters and ₹125 for multiplexes during the two weeks that the government has permitted, starting on the day of the movie’s premiere and continuing through all five daily showings.

This ruling is in response to a request filed by producer Aswini Dutt, who calls Kalki 2898 AD a “Super High Budget Film.” On its release day, the film is anticipated to make above ₹200 crore.

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