Kabzaa Movie Advance Booking Officially Opens In India

One of the biggest Indian releases of 2023 is Kabzaa which is a pan-India film from Sandalwood Industry. This is the first pan-Indian film of Real Superstar Upendra and this film also features big stars like Kichcha Sudeepa and Dr Shivarajkumar. The latest update here is, Kabzaa movie advance booking has officially opened in India in limited way 5 days before its actual film release on March 17, 2023.

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Currently, Kabzaa holds 186K interest ratio on Bookmyshow which is a good sign for this film. The hype of this film is real, as the advance booking started today evening around 6 pm and with in few hours, two theaters in Bengaluru has already almost sold out of their tickets. Lately, Urvashi theatre has opened its advance booking. Good news here is, the advance ticket sales has also opened in Hyderabad in four theaters in Telugu versions. Though, the advance booking in Hyderabad is below as per expectations so far. Well, in few days, we well actually get a clear picture of the advance booking in Hyderabad and other circuits.

Kabzaa movie advance booking is yet to open in North India especially in Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Bihar. Mumbai circuits is yet to open the advance booking sales. So far, the tickets of Kabzaa movie is on a higher side, somewhere around popular rates. It would be interesting to see how this film will fare in North Belt where it will have two big competitions in the name of Mrs. Chatterjee Vs Norway and Zwigato movie.

Directed by R Chandru, this film has been made over a period of 4 years and the makers have clearly stated that it has no similarity to the most popular film KGF Chapter 2. This film will be distributed in Hindi belt by Anand Pandit and he is planning to get over 1000 plus theaters in India for Kabzaa movie. Kabzaa movie full-fledged advance booking may start by March 15, 2023. There is also good news here is, Kabzaa movie advance booking has also being started in Australia in 100 plus locations.

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