Miraj Cinemas, which says it is India’s fastest-growing and third-largest national multiplex chain, has opened its first multiplex in Pune.
In a one-of-its-kind initiative to digitize the century-long history of the globally celebrated Hindi film industry, Google Arts & Culture last week launched the largest ever online exhibition on Hindi cinema.
The CBC Exhibition at 54th International Film Festival of India at Goa was designed to capture the essence of projecting Indian films and their contributions using new technology. The three-day event which was held last week was set up by the Central Bureau of Communication, Ministry Information & Broadcasting at Kala Academy, Panaji.
The 54th International Film Festival of India begins November 21 at Dr. Shyama Prasad Mukherjee Indoor Stadium, in Panaji, Goa with a gala opening ceremony.
PVR Inox has announced the opening of its fourth property in the city of temples, Bhubaneswar. The new four-screen multiplex is the first cinema in the city featuring all 4K laser projection and Dolby Atmos sound.
Leo is the third film in the Lokesh Cinematic Universe. Inspired by the A History of Violence graphic novel series, director Lokesh Kanagaraj’s Tamil-language action thriller follows family man Parthi who resides in Northwestern India where he owns a coffee shop and helps the local forest ranger rescue animals. His attempts to keep a low profile fall short after he saves the townsfolk from a wild spotted hyena and makes national news. An army of crazed and dangerous gangsters begin to hunt Parthi, obsessed with their belief that he is in fact Leo, a master criminal and son of their kingpin Antony Das. Parthi must fight to protect his family and convince them of his innocence.
The global film distributor, streaming service, and production company Mubi is partnering with PVR Inox Pictures on the release of Academy Award winning director and screenwriter Sofia Coppola’s new drama Priscilla across India. PVR Inox Pictures and Mubi will release Priscilla in cinemas this year, with the film streaming later exclusively on Mubi. In addition, Priscilla will be the closing film of this year’s Mumbai Film Festival, where it will receive its South Asian premiere on November 3 at the PVR Maison in Bandra Kurla Complex
Multiplex chain PVR Inox, India, has reported a profit of Rs 166.3 crore in the second quarter of fiscal 2024 as against a loss of Rs 81.6 crore in the June quarter on account of the success of films including Jawan, Jailer, and Gadar 2, according to the company.
PVR Inox Limited, India's leading cinema chain, has launched PVR Inox Passport, a subscription pass aimed at motivating the consumers to visit theatres regularly. The monthly subscription pass is available now for ₹699 or $8.39.
The Multiplex Association of India has confirmed that a record number of cinemagoers went to the movies on October 13 to celebrate National Cinema Day.