Bollywood film Gold featuring Akshay Kumar and Mouni Roy is all set to hit the cinemas on August 15. Independence Day has always been a lucrative time for films to release and for a few years, Akshay Kumar has been making a killing on that day. 2018 won’t be any different as Gold is releasing on the very day. It’s a story about India’s hockey team which wins the Olympic gold in 1948 for the first time as a free nation. We have listed out all the information about (Gold movie Ticket Price, Duration, Showtime, Book Tickets Online on BookMyShow) the sports drama right here.
What is the ticket price for Gold movie ticket?
Gold movie tickets are priced between Rs 250 to Rs 300. If you are looking for recliners or gold class, then the prices will go high as Rs 600 and above.
What is the duration of Gold movie?
The duration of this Akshay Kumar starrer film is 2 hours and 50 minutes.
What are the show timings of Gold film?
There are several show timings for the film. You can watch Gold movie at 09:50 AM, 11:30 AM 01:20 PM, 03:00 PM, 04:50 P, 06:30 PM, 08:20 PM, 10:00 PM and 11:50 PM.
When can you book Gold Movie tickets online?
The advance ticket booking for Akshay Kumar starrer Gold has already begun. The booking started on Monday i.e. 13 August.
Where to book Gold movie tickets online?
Fans can start booking advance tickets for Gold movie online through BookMyShow, Paytm, Amazon Pay and Mobikwik with good cashback offers.
How to book Gold movie tickets online?
You can book Gold movie tickets online at BookMyShow. You can also save more while booking your movie tickets by availing BookMyShow Gold movie ticket booking offers.
Akshay Kumar as Tapan Das
Kunal Kapoor as Samrat
Mouni Roy as Monobina Das, Tapan's Wife
Amit Sadh as Raghubir Pratap Singh
Vineet Kumar Singh as Imtiaz Shah
Sunny Kaushal as Himmat Singh
Abdul Quadir Amin
The trailer has been damn impressive which has gotten everyone’s attention.
Gold IMAX trailer
After the first Gold trailer created a buzz online, the makers came out with a new IMAX trailer for the film.
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