On Sunday, November 19, 2023, i.e. tomorrow, Team India will take on the challenge of Aussies in the final match of the ICC ODI Cricket World Cup 2023. The tournament lasted for almost two months during which cinema halls and restaurant revenues were affected and house full board had not been seen since then. But as the cricket fever is about to be swept away from Monday, the restaurants and cinemas are expecting a surge in revenues and houseful boards in place once again. Meanwhile, leading Cinema chain PVR INOX has decided to screen the final match of ICC World Cup 2023 in over 45 cities. This decision has come in a bid to create a stadium-like atmosphere at cinemas for the historic match of India vs Australia. We urge you to stick with this page and go through this article till the end. Scroll down the page.
It is expected that a surge in revenues and full houses when Men in Blue takes on Australia in the cricket World Cup final match of India and Australia. Meanwhile, restaurants are not leaving any stone unturned to make the most of this opportunity by bringing special menus, discounts, and games planned alongside the match. A lounge bar located in Vasant Kunj, Monkey Bar, is fielding calls from fans trying to book a spot in advance.
The president of Monkey Bar, Ashwin Dsouza said, “Everybody at Monkey Bar is excited because India is in the final. We are putting up massive LED screens at many points in the unit, which will make it a lovely destination to enjoy the match in a group,” Bira91 Taproom in Cyberhub of Gurugram is giving a special discount of 15 percent to the customers who will visit wearing the jersey of Team India. Arjun Toor, head of marketing at Bira91 Taproom said, “We are expecting a 100 percent rise in footfall over usual Sundays, and queries have already started pouring in since last evening.”
The executive director of PVR INOX, Sanjeev Kumar Bijli said, “Since the second semifinal between Australia and South Africa was held on November 16, we opened advances for the finals only late Thursday night; over 45 percent advance tickets have already been sold out in our theatres,” This will be a grand festival taking the thrill of the World Cup to newer heights. Fans can enjoy endless refills of popcorn and drinks while cheering for India.