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PVR Q3 Results Review - Occupancies Recover But Yet Below Pre Covid Levels: Motilal Oswal

After reporting a weak performance in Q2 FY23, PVR saw recovery and reported Ebitda of Rs 1.3 billion in Q3 FY23,

<div class="paragraphs"><p>Spectators watching movie inside a cinema hall. (Photo: Yannis&nbsp; Papanastasopoulo / Unsplash)</p></div>
Spectators watching movie inside a cinema hall. (Photo: Yannis  Papanastasopoulo / Unsplash)

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Motilal Oswal Report

After reporting a weak performance in Q2 FY23, PVR Ltd. saw recovery and reported Ebitda of Rs 1.3 billion (versus our estimate: Rs 1.1 billion) in Q3 FY23, led by improving occupancies, (albeit below pre-Covid levels) and healthy distribution income, driving up profit after tax to Rs 252 million (versus Rs 53 million estimate).

Healthy content pipeline, expected merger completion between PVR and Inox Leisure Ltd., and a guidance of 150-200 screen additions annually for the combined entity should support growth.

However, a mixed bag performance of recent big ticket movies coupled with rising concerns of over-the-top continue to remain our key monitorables.

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