‘Brothers’ 2015 Pre Booking: Advance Ticket Booking Opens from Wednesday

By on August 11, 2015 at 3:05 pm
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Brothers, the very much awaited movie of the year is all set to hit screens coming Friday on 14th of August. It is directed by Karan Malhotra who was also directed Agneepath in 2012. The movie is being presented by Karan Johar’s Dharma Productions along with Lionsgate Films & Endemol India and distributed by Fox Star Studios. The reason behind such huge hype of the movie is not, that it is the remake or you can say the improvised version of Hollywood movie Warrior but the presence of Bollywood’s most favorite action hero Akshay Kumar coming with young actor Sidharth Malhotra playing lead roles. Along with these two, movie is featuring Jacqueline Fernandez in cameo as a wife of Akshay, Jackie Shroff & Shefali Shah in supporting characters.

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From the movie Holiday, Akshay is giving regular hits at box office. His last two movies Baby & Gabbar Is Back, are in list of top 10 highest grosser movies of the year 2015. Now the fan following of Akshay Kumar has become huge, that makes it movies hit before the release. Same is happening with Brothers, from last 4-5 days movie is continuously trending on social media. Everyone, fans as well as Bollywood lovers are eagerly waiting for the movie.

There is very exciting news for all the fans, that the pre-booking for the movie has already been started partially in selected cities of India to avoid last moment inconvenience for fans. The advance booking will be opened completely from Wednesday everywhere including PVR Cinemas, Big Cinemas, Cinepolis India etc. Those who want to acquire seats now, can book it from online ticketing websites BookMyShow.com / TicketNew.com / FastTicket.in or directly from the respective theaters. If you are planning to watch Brothers in multiplexes, then you can book your tickets directly from their official websites and also can get exclusive offers. We would also like to tell you, that the ticket pricing for the movie is normal.


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