PVR cinemas: Paradise for movie buffs

Movie theaters were referred to an auditorium where people go and watch movie in one screen. Today, multiplexes have taken over the traditional movie theaters where the existing auditoriums have been split into smaller ones, or more auditoriums are added in an extension of the building to accommodate more movie buffs. PVR has started from a time when people hardly knew about multiplexes. PVR gave birth to multiplex theater in India.

PVR, which stands for Priya Village Roadshow started off as a joint venture in Delhi now entertains Indian population in all major cities of India. PVR is the biggest and the most premium film diversion Company in India and is recorded as the “Most Trusted Brand” in the Category of Entertainment by the “Brand Trust Report, 2013”. PVR Pictures Limited’ is included in circulation of Indian and International movies crosswise over India and likewise underpins free movie producers by discharging their movies under the ‘PVR Director’s Rare’ pennant. PVR effectively entertained 55 million regarded benefactors through its films. The PVR-Cinemax brand is ready to divert in excess of 70 million premium viewers in the year 2013-14. PVR conveys 360 degree presentation & imaginative chances to brands, both on-screen and off-screen.

Following are the 10 PVR cinemas in Delhi: PVR Priya- Vasant Vihar (01 screen), PVR Rivoli- Connaught Palace   (01 screen), PVR Prashant- Vihar  Rohini (03 screen), PVR Select Citywalk-Saket (06 screens), PVR Vikaspuri- Vikaspuri (03 screens), PVR Naraina- Naraina (04 screens), PVR Fun City- Prashant Vihar (03), PVR Anupam- Saket (04 screens),  PVR Plaza- Cannaught Palace (01 screen), and PVR Director’s Cut-Vasant Kunj (04 screens).

At present PVR controls 421 screens in 97 locations across 41 Indian Cities. In all PVR cinemas branches there are always some deals and offers running. Delhi as being the birthplace of PVR cinemas have its theater spread in various localities. Drive in to the nearest one and enjoy watching moive with near and dear ones.


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