Here's how to get free tickets for Ranveer-starrer 'Gully Boy'
Zoya Akhtar's directorial Gully Boy is all set to hit the theatres and is already making a lot of noise. Starring Ranveer Singh and Alia Bhatt in the lead, its impressive trailer has gotten the audience excited. And while all are eagerly waiting for the big release, here's a chance to win free tickets of the first-day show of Gully Boy.
Buy Adidas merchandise today from Myntra, win tickets
Cashing in the popularity and buzz created by Gully Boy's impending release, shopping websites like Myntra, Amazon, Paytm have jumped in to offer you a chance to win free tickets for the movie. Myntra, for instance, has started a Gully Boy contest wherein if you buy Adidas merchandise today from the website, you may be lucky to catch the first-day show of the movie.
Paytm, Amazon offer interesting cashback offers
Meanwhile, websites like Paytm, Amazon Pay, Paypal, MobiKwik have been running cashback offers on the purchase of Gully Boy tickets. Reportedly, you will get a cashback of up to Rs. 200 on buying tickets via Paytm. On the other hand, Amazon Pay offers a cashback of 20% on your movie ticket just by signing in to your Amazon Pay account.
'Gully Boy' advance booking have already collected around Rs. 8cr
Needless to say, the promotions have worked quite well for Gully Boy and this is evident from the advance booking collections. According to Bollywood Life report, Gully Boy made a collection of around Rs. 8 crore through advance booking. Circuits like Mumbai, Pune, and Bangalore have contributed the maximum to this collection. It is expected to open to good numbers after release.
'Gully Boy' wins hearts at Berlin Film Festival
Notably, Gully Boy recently premiered at the Berlin Film Festival where it was declared a winner unanimously. The movie got loud cheers from the audience and lead pair Ranveer-Alia was hailed for giving their career-best performances. Renowned Canadian film critic Cameron Bailey stated that he hasn't seen such a response for any movie in his 20 years at the Berlin Film Festival.