This Friday two movies "Bangistan" and Hollywood superhit series "Mission Impossible" are released. Along the expenses of print and promotion in the whole country, the total cost of "Bangistan" is 26 crore. Not about the expenses, the real thing is the quality of the movie according to the Indian Cinema these days. In India there are more than thousand states where the population is more than 50 thousand but there are no theaters there. Cinem a in North India is lacking due to this factor. The total population of Madhya Pradesh's Satna region in more than 3 lakh, but there is no cinema halls in this region. In a country with a population more than 125 crore, only around 5 crore population are able to see movies in cinema halls. With the development of cinema halls in the last 10 years in the regions where it was said that there is no requirement, the real reason for this has now come out. With "Bahubali" being a blockbuster, "Bajrangi Bhaijaan" got 10 percent less shows due to lack of cinema halls. Due to Bahubali being housefull, Bajrangi Bhaijaan got less shows. Due to this the movie got affected with around 15 to 20 crores. Bahubali in Hindi has done a business of 150 crore, while Bajrangi Bhaijaan is somewhere between 100 crore. Due to the success of both these movies, "Drishyam"also did not get more cinemas as expected. Because of this the movie suffered a loss of around 20 crore. The movie had earned 7.5 crore on the first day of its opening. Although the movie got a total collection of just 49 crore after one week.