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Big Cinemas launch a multiplex in Kundli Haryana

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MUMBAI: Pushing up the cadence of its expansion plans, Reliance MediaWorks is all set to launch a Big Cinemas, multiplex in Kundli Haryana. Conveniently located at Ansal Highway Plaza Mall one of the most happening and widely popular places in the city. Big Cinemas multiplex in Kundli is Reliance MediaWorks 96th multiplex in India, 3rd in Haryana and 32ndin Northern India. The multiplex will be inaugurated by Shri. Mr. Chandra Shekhar, IAS (Deputy Commissioner, Sonipat) and Mr. Pranav Ansal, Vice Chairman Ansal API.

The new Big Cinemas multiplex will enhance the cinema viewing experience in Kundli. This cinema is equipped with 2K projection system and is equipped with a 3D screen and fully digital sound. Spread across an area of approximately 28000 sqft the new Big Cinemas multiplex has 3 screens and a seating capacity of approximately 666 people. The opening of the multiplex coincides with the most eagerly awaited film of the year Dhoom 3 which will be screened at the theatre.

Speaking on the occasion Mr. Venkatesh Roddam, CEO Reliance MediaWorks said, “Big Cinemas have consistently delivered a differentiated entertainment experience that has not only delighted our guests but offered us a competitive edge that has strengthened our business. Throughout the network, of Big Cinemas the quality of film theaters and services is constantly being improved notably through the development of digital projection to offer both higher projection quality and a greater diversity of films. We look forward to introducing audiences to a movie-going experience unlike anything they've experienced before.”

Commenting on the launch, Mr. Ashish Saksena COO Big Cinemas said, “We are reinforcing our presence in North India with the expansion of our cinemas business and are extremely happy to extend the reach of our most vibrant brand, Big Cinemas to the residents of Kundli. We are confident that our new multiplex would receive a warm welcome from the discerning audience in the city because of the unparalleled movie experience and extremely enjoyable ambience that Big Cinemas offers."

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