WIN tickets to the preview screening of the 'Hindi Medium' movie

WIN tickets to the preview screening of the 'Hindi Medium' movie

You could see this Indian comedy and family drama for free

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Irrfan Khan and Saba Qamar star as parents trying to give their daughter (Dishita Sehgal) a better life.
Photo: MediAdvertising (HK) Limited

Young Post has 15 pairs of tickets to give away for the preview screening of Hindi Medium next Sunday, August 12, at 3pm, at Jockey Club Auditorium, Polytechnic University.

The Indian comedy-drama follows businessman Raj Batra (Irrfan Khan) and his wife Mita (Saba Qamar) as they try to get their five-year-old daughter Pia (Dishita Sehgal) into a posh private school. While their background is holding Pia back, they are willing to go to any lengths to change her fate.

For a chance to win, answer the question below in an email to yp.competition@scmp.com. Remember to include your full name (as printed on your HKID), your age, school name, and mobile number in your email. And don't forget to put "Hindi Medium" in the subject line.

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The deadline for entries is Wednesday, August 8, at 11.59pm. The winners will be selected and contacted on Thursday, August 9. Good luck!

Question:

Who is the director of Hindi Medium?


Terms and conditions: 

  • The promotion closes on Wednesday, August 8, at 11.59pm.
  • The contest is only open to secondary school students in Hong Kong.
  • The competition is not open to South China Morning Post staff or their families.
  • The first 15 people to answer correctly will each win a pair of tickets.
  • South China Morning Post Publishers Ltd. ("SCMPP") reserves the final right of decision on all matters relating to this offer.
  • Children under 6 years old are not permitted into the theatre.

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victoria keating

14:54pm

I wouldn't sell them for any more than they're worth what's the price of movie tickets in your area? I wouldn't spend any more than that I could always see it when it opens And it depends on how old your child is...if they're old enough to sit in a seat then yes, they need their own pass but I would get a babysitter and leave the kid at home https://writemyessayguru.com/12-essay-writing-tips-for-students