Cinemax launched in Banjara Hills
Yet another Jewel has been added to already glittering crown called Banjara Hills. The dream project of K Raghavendra Rao has finally been completed and tied up with the famous multiplex chain of Mumbai which found Banjara Hills attractive and opened a multiplex called Cinemax. This opening ceremony took place today for which in the presence K Raghavendra Rao, hero Ram, director B Gopal, Parachuri Brothers, VV Vinayak, Teja, Allari Naresh, Dasari Narayana Rao, S Gopal Reddy, Aswini Dutt, D Suresh Babu, Krish and others.
Constructed with International standards this multiplexes will have 3 screens and 1000 seats with around 80 seats of club class comforts with personalized service facilities. Of these three, one will be of larger size with 450 seats and the balance two are with The sound system and other acoustics will be of highest standards. These theaters will screen national, regional and international movies of certain standard.
“Enjoy Relax: Cinemax is the motto based on which the marketing strategy has been built for the Cinemax chain. This is a corporate approach to provide the first class movies in state-of-the-art technology blended with first class facilities to the general public, so that they can sit, relax and enjoy, were the words of Mr Devang Sampat, the Sr Vice President of Cinemax India Ltd.
“It is a great honour to convey to all of you that Sri Raghavendra Rao was present in almost all the functions related to my movies and I feel personally delighted to be present in his one such endeavor. I also feel happy to see that my movie ‘Maska’ being screened as the first movie of this Cinemax”, expressed hero Ram emotionally.
Parachuri Gopalakrishna appreciated this attempt to provide quality service and conveyed his happiness in Maska being the first one.
Parachuri Venkateswara Rao specifically applauded the efforts of K Raghavendra Rao saying that his heart to spend the money earned out of movie back to the development of same industry was like setting an example for others.
As already reported the AP government got convinced and sanctioned pricing of Rs 200/- per ticket to screen the quality movies and enjoy the state-of-the-art facilities.