Puneeth Rajkumar's last film James releases today, know why seat no 17 has been kept vacant in theatres
Kannada superstar Puneeth Rajkumar’s last film James has been released today. The actor passed away in 2021. It is surely a special day for Puneeth’s fans as it is also his birthday today March 17, and the film has been released on just the perfect occasion.
According to reports, Puneeth’s fans have decided to celebrate his last film with full pomp and show. The reports also state that his fans will also distribute free food to people from March 17 to 20 owing to Puneeth’s birthday as well as the release of the film.
Apart from this, the fans have also decided to shower flowers to the Samadhi (burial site) from a helicopter at 9.30 a.m. The fans have also organized blood donation, food distribution, eye donation camps throughout the state.
As the shows are going to be housefull for the movie, seat no 17 will remain vacant because of this reason.
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Why will seat no 17 remain vacant for James?
Several theatres are going to keep seat no 17 vacant in the first show as Puneeth used to watch movies by sitting on that particular seat number. The fans are of the belief that Puneeth’s soul would visit the theatres and watch the movie on seat no. 17.
The movie James has been released on as many as 4,000 worldwide screens. The film has also got a U/A certificate from the censor board. The movie has been released in Kannada, Tamil, Hindi, Telugu, and Malayalam languages. It is also reported that in Karnataka, the film will be released in more than 400 theatres.
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