PVR INOX to live broadcast Ram mandir inauguration for ₹100

| Updated: 19 January, 2024 9:06 pm IST

NEW DELHI: PVR INOX India’s premier multiplex chain, has announced the live screening of the Ram Mandir inauguration during the consecration ceremony on January 22, 2024.

Gautam Dutta, Co-CEO of PVR INOX Ltd, expressing his excitement, stated, “Grand and historic occasions like this have to be experienced in an equally grand manner.” The live screening, in collaboration with AAJ TAK, will be broadcasted across 160+ cinemas in 70+ cities, from 11 am to 3 pm.

Tickets for this event are priced at Rs. 100, inclusive of a beverage and popcorn combo, making it accessible to a wide audience. Dutta emphasised, “Our commitment to providing a memorable and immersive cinematic experience extends beyond entertainment.”

 

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Dinesh Bhatia, Group CEO of India Today Group, highlighted his commitment to being at the forefront of historic moments.

PVR INOX Limited, the largest film exhibition company in India, boasts 1708 screens across 359 properties in 113 cities (India and Sri Lanka).

The collaboration aims to connect millions in India during significant events. PVR INOX invites patrons to witness the historic Ram Mandir’s inauguration on its grand screens, for audiences to come together and celebrate the cultural landmark on a scale befitting its historical importance.

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 The live screening, as promised by PVR, will bring to life the emotions of collective celebration across the country, recreating the buzz of the temple, auspicious chants, and breathtaking visuals. Dutta expressed the privilege of connecting devotees with this celebration in a truly unique manner.

Dinesh Bhatia added, “The collaboration with PVR INOX takes our mission to new heights, connecting millions in India during significant events like this.”

At a time when the nation awaits the grand inauguration of Ram Mandir on January 22, the Prime Minister has requested devotees to avoid visiting Ram Janambhoomi on January 22, INOX’s initiative promises to provide a unique cinematic experience, capturing the splendor and significance of this historical event.

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