In the capital, it costs Rs 1,200 for an auditorium, Rs 2,200 in a cinema hall and Rs 1.5 lakh for a cinema screen.
In the state capital, the price for an average cinema seat is Rs 1 lakh.
The average price for a screening room is Rs 2 lakh.
In the Delhi market, the average cost for an arena is Rs 5 lakh.
In comparison, a theatre in Mumbai cost Rs 7,000 in the first week of March and the average price of an auditorio is Rs 8,000.
In an industry that depends on the sale of tickets and other items that go on sale on a daily basis, the ticket price is an important factor in determining the level of revenue a cinema can generate.
The industry has long struggled to keep up with inflation.
In January-March, ticket prices in cinemas in the capital went up by more than 20% to Rs 7.85 lakh.
This was a sharp increase from the Rs 5,000-6,000 that was paid in the previous month.
The latest revenue growth figures from the CAG have been released this week, showing that ticket prices were up by Rs 8.35 lakh in the three months to March-June, the highest since November 2014.
This is the highest in almost six years.
In terms of average revenue per cinema, the industry was only able to make Rs 5.76 lakh in March-March.
This came after the industry earned Rs 3.65 lakh in April-May and Rs 3,000 crore in May-June.
The CAG said that in the last three months of the current fiscal, ticket price revenue increased by an average of 7.1% per annum, or Rs 15.56 crore.
In its report, the Cag said that over the past two years, there have been more than 3,600 changes in the Cinema Act, a law that gives an incentive for theatres to build new theatres.