PVR launches first multiplex in Bilaspur

MUMBAI: PVR Ltd has announced the opening of the first multiplex at Rama Magneto the Mall in Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh.

With this launch in Bilaspur, PVR now has eight screens and two multiplexes in two key cities of Chhattisgarh including four screens and 1212 seats in Raipur.

The 27,821 sq ft multiples will have a capacity of 792 seats and will provide an digital movie experience to the cine goers of the city at ticket prices ranging from Rs 70 to Rs 160.

PVR Ltd group president Pramod Arora said, "We are extremely delighted to launch PVR Cinemas in Bilaspur, the second largest city of the state of Chhattisgarh. The launch in Bilaspur is part of PVR Ltd.‘s organic growth strategy and is another step in its efforts in reaching out to patrons in tier II cities. We are looking forward to provide a world class movie experience to other centres in Chhattisgarh as well. Also we will be expanding to other cities like Pune, Mysore and are hoping to add another 64 screens by the end of this financial year. It is PVR‘s constant endeavour to reach out to our patrons across cities and create benchmarks in entertainment and we understand that Raipur has a discerning audience who are ready to experience the new and international cinematic wave"

Rama Magneto the Mall director Sandeep Agrawal said, "We are extremely pleased to form an association with PVR Cinemas. They are the leaders in the entertainment space and we are delighted with the opening of PVR Cinemas in our mall. The quality entertainment experience offered by PVR Digital Cinema will change the way the cinema lovers in the city will watch movies. With digital projection, high-quality sound system, and comfortable seats in all Audis, PVR will surely provide an ultimate movie experience to the people and we hope to receive a positive response from the people here."

With the launch in Bilaspur, PVR stands at 188 screens in 43 cinemas in 13 states and 26 cities across India.

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