Launches its 5thmultiplex in Pune at Dorabjee’s Royal Heritage Mall, NIBM Pune
Pune, 02 May 2017: INOX Leisure Ltd, India’s premier multiplex chain recently the launch of its5th multiplex in Pune at Dorabjee’s Royal Heritage Mall NIBM Pune. With the opening of this multiplex, the screen count of INOX in Maharashtra rises to 109, with a total of 25multiplexes.
The city of Pune now holds 24 INOX screens, including the new property which consists of 4screens with a seating capacity for 662 esteemed guests. With the newly opened multiplex,the screen count of INOX across India, reaches 472in 119cinemas and58cities in India.
Watching movies will now be an enriching experience for the audience in Pune. For the first time, citizens of Pune will get a truly enhanced cinema viewing experience with Dolby Digital sound, Luxurious reclining seats, including 2K enabled 3D silver screens. Once at the cinema, guest experience is further enhanced at ‘Refuel’ the in-house brand of theatre food, which serves an extended menu of flavored popcorn, hot and cold snacks, beverages and a variety of combo meals.
Commenting on the launch, Mr. Arun Bhatia, Regional Director (West), INOX Leisure Ltd said, “Giving our customers an unmatched movie viewing experience is our prime goal.We are extremely delighted to launch our fifth multiplex in Pune. We have launched this theatre keeping in mind the growing needs of the audience for a quality cinema viewing experience.”
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