Advance Booking of C3/S3/Yamudu 3 Goes Excellent!
Year’s one of the much awaited Tamil-Telugu action-masala movie C3/S3/Yamudu 3 is all set to hit screens on coming Thursday i.e. 26th January. Being Suriya, it is buzzing strongly among fans as well as moviegoers from a long time and witnessing immense craze of Tamil audience across the globe. Advance booking of C3/S3/Yamudu 3 is now available in almost all the cities of India including single as well as multi screen cinemas. It is getting terrific response on ticket windows before the release.
Reportedly, tickets of the Suriya starrer are selling like hot cakes in its dominated region Tamil Nadu & Andhra Pradesh. Audience there, showing huge excitement towards the movie. Many theaters in Tamil Nadu states have already declared the opening day as houseful. It seems, the movie will soon get houseful in the entire region. Those who want to book their tickets now, can also make it done via online. Trailer and music of C3/S3/Yamudu 3 have received huge appreciation from everyone and boosted its hype to next level.
The craze of the movie can be easily witness on social media. Still pre-booking is available in only Bengaluru, Chennai, Hyderabad, Khammam & Nizamabad but will get started in all cities till Wednesday. In PVR Cinemas, Cinepolis India, Big Cinemas etc., fans can book their tickets from Tuseday. To avoid inconvenience for viewers at last moment, now advance bookings of movies generally gets start from Sunday. But this time it was started a day later from Monday. To provide ease for you we have shared a list of theaters where advance booking of Cingam 3 is available.
To book your tickets, you can log on to the sites- BookMyShow.com / TicketNew.com / FastTicket.in. Tickets can directly be booked from the respective theaters given in the list. C3/S3/Yamudu 3 is Indian Tamil-language action-masala film written and directed by Hari. A sequel to Singam II (2013) and the third film in the Singam (English “lion”) franchise, it stars Suriya, Shruti Haasan and Anushka Shetty.
Vivek, who portrayed the police officer Erimalai in the first two films, declined to reprise his role in this film as he felt he “did not have a meaty role in it”. Initially titled S3, the film was later retitled C3 (spelt சி3 in Tamil) to exploit the Tamil Nadu Government’s rule of entertainment tax exemption for films titled in Tamil, the “C” standing for “Cingam”.
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