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Cinema Scope Movies n Munchies Launch

The recent cricket world cup fever has opened lots of avenues. We have seen theaters running cricket matches and there were many private screening of the cricket matches with refreshments and other facilities. Even in cricket stadiums there are boxes with large screens, snacks and drinks served with a personal attention. Now Siddharth’s mate Vijay has now developed this idea further and came out with establishment called CINEMA SCOPE with a caption “Movies N Munchies”. It is more like a club with facilities are divided into 4 sections (viz) Movies-sports with munchies zone, DVD zone, mini theater and movie restaurant.

Around 15 people can be seated in the so called mini theater which can facilitate a small gathering or a family to privately watch their favourite movie picked from the library which contains DVDs numbering around 5000 of various languages like English, Italian, French, German, Iranian, Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, etc. Not content with this the library also glorified with display of various other DVDs/CDs containing Special Stories, Auto Biographies, Documentaries, etc.

Yet another comfort is specially for busy parents who can leave their children in the comfort of movies while they are either shopping or away on a business work. Kiddies birthday parties also can well be performed in this movie-restaurant place.

Overall it looks to be a new concept giving a relief to the parents and those who want to have small gatherings, first of its kind in Hyderabad.

Siddharth declared opened this CINEMA SCOPE Movies N Munchies near Chutney’s in Punjagutta, Hyderabad. While speaking up after the inauguration Siddharth explained about the different facilities in CINEMA SCOPE. He also did not fail to mention about his latest film ‘180’ which he expects to be the best film in his career.
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