Cinépolis launches Bengaluru’s first fully digital & 3D multiplex


MUMBAI: Cinépolis has launched its seven screen multiplex at Bannerghatta Road in Bengaluru. The all digital 1328 seater multiplex will feature a 3-D screen and a macro screen.

Cinépolis plans to open 500 screens by 2016 of which more than half of these screens are slated to open in South India. Bengaluru marks the first Cinepolis in South India.

Cinépolis has launched its Bengaluru property with the screening of Rohan Sippy’s Dum Maaro Dum and nine other movies.

Cinépolis India managing director and country head Milan Saini said, "We are pleased to announce the launch of Bengaluru’s first international multiplex. Cinema patrons can look forward to enjoying from a wide selection of movie titles and show timings with over 35 shows screened every day."

Cinépolis India head of exhibition Ashish Shukla added, "Bengaluru is a key market for Cinépolis India as it enjoys multiple language cinemas. With our cinema we bring to Bengaluru, a world class cinema viewing experience that includes the best in class audio visual technology, state-of-the-art 3D experience, comfortable seating, delightful and freshly prepared gourmet foods, wide and spacious foyers, and our top notch customer service."

Digital technology will also make it possible to showcase alternate content such as music concerts, cricket, and other sporting events at the property. Tickets are priced between Rs 60 – 180.