Movie watchers in India are watching their first ever viral movie watching event.
The movies are screened at the Indian Academy of Cinema Arts and Entertainment’s (IACAE) Cinema Day on Monday, and they will feature films like “The Hunger Games” and “Fifty Shades of Grey.”
The IACAE is a public institution that provides free access to films at theatres throughout the country.
The movies will be screened at theatre number-9, at the IACEE cinema in Ahmedabad, which is part of the larger IACEA.
The IACee will also feature a screening of “The Great Gatsby” on Wednesday, followed by a screening on Thursday, followed later by “The Mummy” on Friday.
This is the second movie-watching event of the year, after the one held last week in the United States.
In the United Kingdom, movie watchers were asked to take precautions at cinemas after a virus outbreak in cinemas in the US, which forced them to close cinemas on Thursday and Friday.
The virus, which originated in the Philippines, is the largest in history and has claimed the lives of at least 14 people.