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INOX Leisure Ltd. Wins TAAL Multiplexer 2006 Award

MUMBAI: INOX Leisure Ltd., India’s leading multiplex player won the TAAL Multiplexer 2006 award for its contributions to the multiplex industry. TAAL is an international convention and tradeshow on the Infrastructure of Entertainment and workplace sectors related to Theatres, Audio-Visual, Acoustics and Lighting; organized by Sandy Media, publishers of two specialist magazines, Theatre World and SoundSolutions – Asia’s only resource magazines on motion picture exhibition and audio/acoustics technology applications.

INOX currently has 12 multiplexes with 44 screens in 11 cities across India making it India’s first national multiplex chains. By bringing in a professional and service-oriented approach to the cinema exhibition sector, INOX has established a strong presence in the cinema exhibition industry in the short span of time.

Its proposed merger with CCPL (89 Cinemas) and its alliance with the Pantaloon Group - a partnership that provides INOX preferential access to all real estate developments which Pantaloon takes up for its retail chain, will exponentially increase its reach across India.

Commenting on the award, Mr. Alok Tandon, COO – INOX Leisure Ltd. Said, “Our mission is to create India’s largest network of world class multiplex cinema theatres across all the leading towns and cities of India. Given our strong brand name, pan-India presence and impressive growth track record and strong emphasis on technology & customer service we remain positive on our performance outlook going forward.”

Previously INOX Leisure Ltd. was conferred with the ‘ICICI Entertainment Retailer of the Year’ Award in 2005.

Live the movie only at INOX!

About INOX Leisure Ltd.

INOX has a nationwide presence with 12 multiplexes and 44 screens in 11 cities making it the only national multiplex chain - Pune (Bund Garden Road), Vadodara (Race Course Circle), Kolkata (Forum, Elgin Road and City Centre, Salt Lake City), Goa (Campal, Panaji), Mumbai (CR2, Nariman Point), Bangalore (Garuda Mall, Magrath Road), Jaipur (Vaishali Nagar), Indore (Sapna Sangeeta Road), Darjeeling (Rink Mall), Kota (Indira Vihar) and Nagpur (Wardhaman Nagar). Winner of the ‘ICICI Entertainment Retailer of the Year’ Award 2005, INOX Leisure Ltd. will continue its expansion into Chennai, Mumbai (Borivali), Bharuch, Vijaywada, Lucknow, Faridabad, Jaipur, Kolkatta, Hyderabad, Raipur, Bangalore, Nagpur, Jodhpur, Pune, etc.

For further information, please contact:

Snehhal Chitneni

GM – Corporate Communications

Ph: 6662 7051

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