Movie tickets have become costlier or cheaper??

India
December 10, 2006 3:04pm CST
I guess movie tickets are no more affordable. With upcoming constructions of multiplexes in cities.. the prices of all the commodities have gone up! People of middle class families can no longer afford to spend a good time in multiplexes/huge shopping complexes, don't you think?? A favourite time pass of all ages is to go for a friday/saturday night show, but with increasing prices of movie tickets people have to think twice before they buy the ticket. This happens mostly in India, one of the most populated countries in the world...
2 responses
@achyuta (2853)
• United States
10 Dec 06
Actually movie tickets have become costlier. I dont think this scenario is going to change in the near future. Only some really advanced and cheaper and path breaking technology can make that happen.
• India
10 Dec 06
Yeah, very true. Until some cheaper-path breaking technology arrives... lets rent a movie, get a hot cup of coffee, sit back on the sofa and enjoy the movie at home. That's what i prefer the most! :)
@kpisgod (994)
• India
10 Dec 06
Oh it has become real costly,but still i prefer to see movies in a theatre.But when it comes to boring films i prefer home.Atleast i can fast forward. Earlier i could buy two tickets for 40 rs now just one.So people will prefer to c it @ home because you can buy dvds for 50 rs or you can rent them @ 15-20 RS
• India
10 Dec 06
Yeah, but sometime dvds come fake too or the print is bad. But your other option is good, to rent a dvd and watch at home. And that's what i do usually. :)