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NextGen 3D screens in Kota takes PVR tally to 587 screens in 51 cities

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MUMBAI: PVR Cinemas, cinema exhibition chain, has announced the launch of its first three-screen multiplex  at Cine Mall, Kota. The newly launched PVR property  will redefine the cinema experience in the city with its luxurious and comfortable interiors along with state of the art sound and projection  technology.  With  this  launch, PVR's screen count  in  Rajasthan stands at  seven screens in  two properties,  augmenting  its  presence in  the  Northern  Region of  the  country  to  197  screens in  46 properties.

PVR  claims to now   operate the   largest  multiplex  network  with   587 screens at  128 properties in 51 cities

Spread across an area of 30,000 sq ft with a seating capacity of 828 seats, the brand new multiplex will be city's first cinema with  recliners  and next generation  3D technology. It also offers an exceptional digital movie experience with 7.1 Dolby Digital surround sound and 2K projection systems providing the best cinema watching experience to the customers.

Speaking on the occasion, PVR Cinemas CEO Gautam Dutta said, "The new cinema in the city will deliver best in class services just like our properties in Delhi or Mumbai. We hope to receive an overwhelming response from the people of Kota and strive to provide them world class cinema watching experience."

Besides its unique interiors  and a wide range of F&B; the cinema is also equipped with Quick Tix facility, an instant ticketing solution that gives an added convenience to the customers. Furthermore, patrons can also avail the facility of redeeming PVR gift cards and privilege cards at the cinema.

At the launch of the cinema, E- City Bioscope Entertainment MD Abhishek Bansal said, "Our association with PVR Cinemas has been wonderful since inception and our team seamlessly interacted with different departments of PVR at various stages of this project in the most pleasant, efficient and professional manner.

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