Aamir Khan’s Master Plan for Laal Singh Chaddha! Despite the negative trend, will the film be such a success?


Aamir Khan and Kareena Kapoor Khan’s starring film Laal Singh Chaddha will be released this month on August 11 and the film is generating huge buzz. However, a few days before its release, a negative atmosphere has also settled around the film. #BoycottLaalSinghChaddha started trending on Twitter and many people tweeted against Aamir’s film.

What is Aamir Khan’s master plan?
However, despite all these things, there is a chance that Aamir Khan’s film will become a blockbuster success. Aamir Khan, who goes by the name of Mr. Perfectionist, has prepared such a master plan for his film Laal Singh Chaddha which has very little chance of failing. So, let’s know what other things Aamir Khan is working on apart from the awesome promotion.

Aamir has increased the ticket prices!
Aamir Khan is known for making big and bold decisions. His previous film ‘Thugs of Hindostan’ was badly beaten and Aamir Khan took the blame for the film’s flop. After that, Aamir disappeared from the big screen for a long time, and now he does not want to take any risks by returning. Making a big change in his strategy, Aamir Khan kept ticket prices very high.

Will the film benefit from a long weekend?
While directors had reduced tickets for films like RRR, Pushpa – The Rise and KGF2 so that more and more people could go to the cinema, Aamir Khan increased the price of his cinema tickets. Other than that, he kept the movie’s release date to just 4 days before Republic Day so that the holidays can be enjoyed and the movie can enjoy a long weekend.

Aamir’s deal with multiplex owners?
According to a report from Bollywood Life, Aamir Khan has reached an agreement with multiplexes, through which theaters will show shows of Aamir Khan’s film during prime time. This will be done for 8-10 days. The advantage of this will be that if people get shows at the right time, then the choice will increase. Apart from all this, Aamir also pays full attention to promoting the film.


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