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PVR Cinemas announces reopening of its first multiplex SAKET PVR

PVR Cinemas announces reopening of its first multiplex SAKET

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 01 Oct 2021, 11:46 am

New Delhi/IBNS: Indian film exhibition company PVR Limited has announced the re-opening of its flagship multiplex property PVR SAKET (erstwhile Anupam) located at Community Centre, Saket here.

The re-opening was earmarked by a special screening of the James Bond movie ‘No Time to Die’.

The 25th James Bond movie, which comes after a gap of six years, is Daniel Craig's fifth and final appearance as James Bond.

On the occasion, Ajay Bijli, Chairman and Managing Director, PVR Ltd, said, “Crafting new experiences and innovation is in the DNA of PVR which has echoed through our every endeavour. It is a proud moment for us to finally re-open our legacy property to the audience who have been long and eagerly waiting for this. PVR SAKET is extremely close to our heart as it was the first multiplex in India where we picked up our skills and learnings in a nascent industry and marks the beginning of PVR’s journey in the movie exhibition domain.

"We have revamped the entire property with ultra-modern features, to live up to the expectations of today’s insightful audience. Cinema is the cheapest form of out-of-home entertainment and has stood the test of time as we continue to offer even better movie viewing experiences to our patrons."

He added, "With a huge pent-up demand from movie connoisseurs, we are ready to welcome them to our safe and secure cinemas to repose confidence in them to resume their movie going habits”.