Amey Khopkar, president of MNS Chitrapat Sena, the party's film wing, said that Thackeray told the multiplex owners to ensure rates of water bottles, samosas, popcorn and vadas were kept reasonable so that the common man could afford it.
Khopkar said that Thackeray told the delegation that film patrons were being charged exorbitant rates for edibles and, in some cases, they were also getting billed without having bought anything.
"It has also been observed that workers in theatres do not treat people well," Khopkar quoted Thackeray as saying.
Further quoting the MNS chief, Khopkar said the interval period in movies was short and, having bought something during it, realise they have been duped only when the movie ends.
Khopkar said that, in such instances, the moviegoer did not know how to register their complaints.
"The movie owners have been asked to display contact numbers if a customer wants to register a complaint," he said.
"The multiplex owners have agreed to all our demands. They will start implementing them from the coming week," Khopkar said.
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