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India’s first thematic multiplex launched by Ajay Devgn's NY Cinemas

Franchise India Bureau
Franchise India Bureau Jul 10 2019 - 1 min read
India’s first thematic multiplex launched by Ajay Devgn's NY Cinemas
The multiplex has railways-inspired interiors, which will transport visitors to different ages of the train and how it has evolved in both India and cinema.

NY Cinemas, a venture by Ajay Devgn, has opened India’s first thematic multiplex in Ratlam, Madhya Pradesh. The multiplex has railways-inspired interiors, which will transport visitors to different ages of the train and how it has evolved in both India and cinema.

The move is in line with the chain’s idea to create a unique, concept-driven multiplex theatre design.

Ajay Devgn said, "We are dedicating this Ratlam multiplex as an ode to the iconic railway network of the country through the years of Indian cinema. We are glad to introduce this thematic movie watching experience with an exclusive concept powered by advanced technological solutions to our audience."

The brand’s new 2-screen multiplex has a capacity of 460 seats, hosting Ratlam’s biggest screen.

Rajeev Sharma, CEO of NY Cinemas, stated, "Indian movies are all about their varied themes and taking this further we are introducing cinemas which provide an overall experience. We are proud to present this thematic multiplex catering to all the needs of the audience. With our constant endeavour for innovation, we look forward to welcome movie lovers in Ratlam and are confident that our audience will love the complete experience."

Currently, NY Cinemas has screens operational in Bhuj, Hapur, Ghazipur, Rae Bareli and Surendranagar. 

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