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Single-screen owners also share his optimism. Nambi Rajan, owner of Aurora in Matunga is hoping for a full-house. He added that he received a call from police about cop cover.
Suncity cinema in Vile Parle and other single screens already have police stationed outside.
Girish Wankhede, general manager (marketing and communications), Cinemax, said they have not heard from police. He said there was no undue pressure from any groups, religious or political.
"We are yet to get the exact number of screens which will show the film. For now, a blanket instruction has been issued across police stations to provide security to theatres where the movie will play. Additional security has been provided outside malls," said a police spokesperson.
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