New Delhi, Oct. 15 -- As curtains part once again to expose us to the wonders of cinema savoured the classic way, in a movie theatre, that twitchy beam of overhead projection could place more than just our state-ordained safety protocols in the spotlight. Halls must fill no more than half their seats and be kept duly sanitized, among other things, while their patrons must wear masks and not treat film intervals as occasions to swarm refreshment counters and washroom facilities. All this makes corona sense. The behaviour of Indian cinema-goers, though, will be under the watch not only of security personnel, presumably, but also an entire industry keen to identify the post-pandemic new normal of on-screen entertainment. Over-the-top platfor...