MUMBAI: Big Pictures Hospitality Services, the wholly owned subsidiary of Shringar Cinemas, has commenced operations at its first Food Court from 24 September, 2006. The multi-cuisine food court that goes by the name of Via 1, Food Street, is spread over 7000 sq ft and is located at the Raj Empire mall at Surat. The mall also houses Fame Raj Empire multiplex, also owned by the Shringar Group.
ÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã…â€œFood and films are an integral part of our culture in India and I am delighted that Shringar Cinemas, after having set standards in cinema viewing, is now being able to look into the food business as well. With Via 1 Food Street, we hope to bring a world class food court to the people of Surat and subsequently make our presence felt in other major cities in the country as well,ÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã‚Â said Shringar Cinemas managing director Shravan Shroff.
Shringar Cinemas Ltd is also looking at opening their next food court in Chandigarh later this year.
About Shringar Cinemas Limited
Shringar Cinemas Limited, listed on the Bombay Stock Exchange and National Stock Exchange, began with acquiring programming rights for theatres across the country and in a short span of 4 years the Company has set new standards in theater content, service and film viewing experience.
April 2002 witnessed the launch of the first ever state-of-the-art five-screen multiplex of Mumbai – FAME Adlabs; followed by FAME Malad at the Inorbit Mall, FAME Nashik, FAME Raghuleela in Kandivali, FAME Hiland Park in Kolkata, and FAME Jai Ganesh in Pimpri (Pune).
The latest addition is the new six-screen FAME Raj Empire multiplex in Surat, which commenced operations on 23rd June 2006. Shringar Cinemas Ltd is today growing at a rapid pace with 8 new FAME properties within the next 12 months.
By the end of this year, FAME would extend its presence in Thane, Dadar and Ghatkopar (Mumbai), Chandigarh, Aurangabad, Hyderabad and Kolkata. FAME has redefined the movie-viewing experience for cinema patrons and has catalyzed the explosive growth of the multiplex industry across India.