MUMBAI: After stepping foot in the Kolkata market in December, 2008, Cinemax has now launched its first property in the state of Andhra Pradesh at Hyderabad.
The property is situated at Banajara Hills. The multiplex was inaugurated by actor Rambabu, director B. Gopal and writers Patchuri Brothers from the film Maska.
The new property is Cinemax’s first in the region and has 1001 seats with three screens. The multiplex also has 88 recliner seats.
The multiplex will be open to the audiences with films like Chandni Chowk to China and Maska.
With this addition, Cinemax now has a total of 24 theater properties, 71 screens and 19376 seats across India.
Cinemax India senior vice president Devang Sampat said, "We have built our brand on the pillars of commitment, trust, value and quality that we strive to provide to our customers always. We strive to make each movie-viewing experience of theirs unique and enjoyable. The launch of our property in Hyderabad is a fortification of our promise of providing a state-of-the-art entertainment complex to all movie-enthusiasts pan India."