'Ek Tha Tiger' Tickets To Get Costly At Multiplexes!

6 August 2012
'Ek Tha Tiger' Tickets To Get Costly At Multiplexes!

Fans of Salman Khan, who are looking forward to his upcoming flick Ek Tha Tiger this August are better advised to start saving money from now onwards. Latest reports suggest that the ticket price of Ek Tha Tiger shall be hiked by multiplexes across the nation!

Though th tickets of earlier Salman flicks like Ready and Bodyguard were also sold at a price higher than the normal rates, this time, multiplexes are reportedly planning a 12-16% hike, which is an unprecedented phenomenon. However, the good news is that single screen theatres are not following suit, which should indeed be a relief for movie-goers.

Directed by Kabir Khan, Ek Tha Tiger revolves around the adventures of a RAW undercover agent codenamed Tiger, who falls in love with the daughter of a college professor suspected of indulging in anti-national activities. The film also stars Katrina Kaif as the female lead and this much anticipated film is slated to release on Independence Day.

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