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PVR expands its footprints in Mumbai

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MUMBAI: PVR Cinemas, the largest cinema exhibition company in India has further strengthened its national presence with the launch of its 2-screen multiplex in Milap Mall, Kandivali (West) with a seating capacity of 325. Opening with 100% occupancy for the blockbuster film Dhoom 3, PVR Milap commences its journey on a buoyant note. PVR Cinemas recently surpassed the milestone of 400 screens and with the newly opened multiplex it reaches a count of 94 cinemas, 404 screens and 38 cities in India.

Gautam Dutta, Chief Operating Officer, PVR Ltd, said, ?Giving our customers an unmatched movie viewing experience is our prime goal here at PVR. Mumbai is an exciting market being the hub of cinema and it is with PVR Milap, our 21st property in the city, that we further reiterate our stance of being the largest cinema exhibition company in the country. This organic growth and expansion strengthens our presence in Maharashtra as we grow to 33 properties in the region.?

The 8,000 sq. ft property gives its customers an ambience of luxury and style with walls expressing the era of cinemas dazzled with a theme of golden, beige and red. Giving an edge to the multiplex is the exceptional sound and projection technology offered by PVR. The multiplex possesses 2K Digital projection, Dolby sound and 3D enabled with PULZ speakers, bringing to the discerning movie-goers a quality cinema experience.

Alongside, is a wide array of F&B ranging from savor combos of popcorns, nachos and gourmet sandwiches to an exotic variation of desserts.

PVR first set foot in Maharashtra in the year 2006 and continues to keep alive the love of cinema offering its audiences with state of the art facilities and a fresh feel with the launch of PVR in Milap.

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