New Delhi, Feb 13 (ANI): India’s 1st international exhibitor Cinepolis is all set to offer an unmatched experience of movie-watching for cinema lovers in Chandigarh. The world’s fourth largest multiplex has enhanced its presence in Chandigarh with the launch of a state-of-the-art property in TDI Mall.
This is the second Cinepolis property in the best planned city of the country after Fun Cinemas in Fun Republic Mall. With the launch of this three-screen property, Cinepolis will reach a count of 218 operational screens in India.
The multiplex has 223, 209, 209 seats across three screens, totalling to 641 seats.
Cinema-goers in Chandigarh are now in for an even more elevated experience as they delve into their favorite films. The biggest screen of the multiplex is equipped with Dolby Atmos sound system that delivers most immersive surround sound. Another exciting innovation is strategic tie-up with Real-D®.
This awe-inspiring and world’s most widely-deployed 3-D technology offers viewers a most enchanting 3-D movie-watching experience.
“We are committed to the ambitious expansion plans for Cinepolis. The new property is in line with our target of reaching a total screen count of 400 by 2017. We want to take the superlative cinematic experience that Cinepolis offers across the length and breadth of India and enable more and more viewers to heighten the pleasure they take in this form of entertainment,” said Managing Director, Cinepolis India, Javier Sotomayor.
Ashish Shukla, Director Expansion also said, “North India is a core focus area for us at Cinepolis. Cinema lovers here are highly discerning and are well-exposed to the best movie watching experiences across the globe.”
“We already have a robust niche in North India and our first property in Chandigarh under the Fun Cinemas brand name has a large and loyal customer base. With the launch of the Cinepolis multiplex, we have further cemented our strong presence in the vibrant union territory,” added Ashish Shukla.
Cinepolis India currently has operations in Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Ahmedabad among other cities. (ANI)