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Inox opens its fifth multiplex at Worldmark Mall in Gurugram

With this launch, Inox will expand its presence to 158 multiplexes across 70 cities in the country

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Mumbai: Multiplex chain Inox Leisure Ltd (Inox) has announced the launch of its fifth multiplex in the city of Gurugram at Worldmark Mall located at Maidawas Road, which is one of the prime hub for IT and corporate parks. The new multiplex has five auditoria with a total of 904 seats, including 33 luxurious recliner seats. 

With this launch, Inox will expand its presence to 158 multiplexes spanning 667 screens across 70 cities in the country. Inox now operates nine multiplexes with 32 screens in the state of Haryana. 

According to a statement, the auditoria are equipped with advanced digital laser projection system for razor-sharp visuals. 

In addition, the theaters also offer a great sound experience from the Dolby system for guests to enjoy a thunderous feel. The immersive ambience of auditoriums compliments the vibrant 3D view, which is powered by Volfoni Smart Crystal Diamond solution. Guests would also get to experience Inox’s vibrant hospitality and gourmet offerings.

"The people of Gurugram are true connoisseurs of cinema and has a huge interest in watching their favourite movies at the best state of art facilities, and Inox has played a huge role in this journey," stated Inox Leisure Ltd regional director (North) Lalit Ojha. "With the launch of five screens at the extravagant Worldmark Mall, we will further continue to delight our patrons with the best of INOX hospitality with a convenient location, easy accessibility, state-of-the-art facilities, and high-end technology. We are looking forward to welcoming the cinema lovers of Gurugram to city’s latest entertainment destination.”

Besides making sure that the cinemas will be operated by a 100 per cent vaccinated team, Inox is adhering to each and every instruction as prescribed in the notifications issued by the state government under its hygiene initiative called #SafetyFirst, said the statement.

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