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Drastic changes in working scenario have resulted in changes in movie theaters resulting in birth of multiplex with multiple screens normally three or more. These multiplex are found in specially designed malls or buildings.

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Big Cinemas

Reliance Mediaworks Ltd. is a member of the Reliance Group, serving in the field of film and entertainment. It is the largest cinema chain in India and has about 400 screens in India...

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Satyam Cinemas

Satyam Cinemas was first opened in early 1980’s at Patel Nagar, New Delhi. However, due to changes in technology it was renovated in 2002 to 4 screen multiplex...

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PVR Cinemas

PVR Ltd was a joint venture between Priya Exhibitors Pvt. Ltd. and Village Roadshow Ltd., one of the largest exhibition companies in the world. PVR cinema is one of the...

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Escape Cinemas

Escape cinemas is a multiplex by Sathyam Cinemas. The screens are equipped with 4 way speakers with advanced technology. Sub woofers from USA are being used at the multiplex. There are 8 cinema screens...

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Fun Cinemas

Fun Cinemas is a sister concern of Essel Group and promoted by E-City Ventures. It was started in August 2003 at Mumbai spreading over an area of 1,30,000 sq. ft. across seven floors...

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Wave Cinemas

The Chadha Group was founded by Kulwant Singh Chadha and later his three sons Gurdeep Singh Chadha, Rajinder Singh Chadha, Hardeep Singh Chadha and grandson Manpreet Singh Chadha joined him...

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Cinemas

Drastic changes in working scenario have resulted in changes in movie theaters resulting in birth of multiplex with multiple screens normally three or more. These multiplex are found in specially designed malls or buildings. At times an old theater is renovated in order to make smaller theaters or auditoriums. If the accommodation facility is available for more than thousand people then it is called megaplex.

Multiplexes came to Indian around in middle of 1990’s. Their incoming has changed the Indian Film industry drastically. In 1997, PVR ANUPAM at Delhi was India’s first multiplex which had 4 screens. These multiplexes have helped producers to recover their production costs within days. The cost of tickets have increased manifold but people still love to go to theater to watch a movie. In India, cinema chains like INOX, CineMAX and PVR (Priya Village Roadshows) are dominating in metro cities and the largest multiplex is 11-screen multiplex by PVR in Chennai and Bangalore.

During the period of growth and expansion of these metro multiplex many smaller towns theater were put out of business because of competition among multiplex and older theaters. During the period of 1980’s multiplex were developed in collaboration with big box stores or in suburban malls. This has resulted in bankruptcy of many old age theater companies; however, AMC theaters were still able to maintain themselves.

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