MNS workers assault theatre manager for selling popcorn for Rs 250

MNS workers assault theatre manager for selling popcorn for Rs 250

Pune: We all are tired of paying extra for popcorn and other beverages at any multiplex in any part of the country, but MNS workers in Pune took their anger to the next level. A video is making rounds on social media in which MNS workers are thrashing and abusing a theatre manager in Pune has surfaced.

MNS workers said that popcorn worth Rs. 5 are being sold at Rs. 250 in movie theatres despite Bombay High Court saying that the price needs to be reduced.

“We asked the manager to read news reports, he said, don’t know how to read Marathi. Then we dealt with him MNS style,” Kishor Shinde one of the MNS workers who hit the manager was quoted in a report.

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The Bombay High Court on Wednesday observed that prices of food in multiplexes are high. “The prices of food and beverages sold in multiplexes are exorbitant. Sometimes, some food articles there are more expensive than even the movie tickets,” the bench had said.

“We understand if the state can’t permit the public to carry food from home. But, then why can’t it step in and regulate the prices of food sold inside the cinema theatres,” it said.

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