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Kuala Lumpur cinemas roar back to life with sold-out screenings

Following the National Security Council’s (NSC) nod to cinemas reopening, Japanese box-office breaking anime movie Demon Slayer: Mugen Train has taken the spotlight after tickets sold out on the first day of its Malaysian premiere.

Malay Mail went to Golden Screen Cinemas (GSC) in Mid Valley Megamall yesterday to talk to cinemagoers about their experience watching the hit on the big screen now that cinemas nationwide have resumed business after halting operations last November.

Cosplaying as Demon Slayer’s main protagonist Kamado Tanjiro, 27-year-old software developer Helmi Ibrahim said that he was excited about the reopening of cinemas and had waited months to watch Demon Slayer despite having to observe tight standard operating procedures (SOP). “I have waited for this movie ever since the trailer was released and it was a great experience for me to watch it in a movie theatre….

….visit Malay Mail to read more

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