Most theaters have been either burnt or shut down completely since years there. No Hindi films or any form of entertainment prevails. The only connect with entertainment is through television and pirated CDs. It's unfortunate that the local audience doesn't get to see films at all.
Hence, YRF has taken a pioneering step where they have initiated a dialogue to open a theater (if not more) where Hindi films can be showcased starting with DHOOM 3.
The idea came from the fact that DHOOM 3 as a film breaks all barriers of age and language, since it is a film meant for all. But the intention of YRF is to open a cinema hall for every film that releases hand DHOOM 3 being the beginning point.
"It has been almost three months that the dialogue is on. It's not easy as all theaters there have been burnt down," source close to YRF says.
The film starring Aamir Khan, Abhishek Bachchan, Katrina Kaif and Uday Chopra is slated to release on 20th December.