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PVR opened 2 theaters with 13 screens on a single day in Hyderabad

PVR opened 2 theaters with 13 screens on a single day in Hyderabad

Film
One of the largest Indian cinema-exhibition company in India, PVR Ltd. restated its presence in style by launching 13 screens on a single day in Hyderabad. The combined launch included the iconic sub-brand ‘PVR ICON’ at the Next Galleria at Hitech-City and PVR Cinemas with states’ first 'PLAYHOUSE' at Next Galleria in Panjagutta. By launching these PVR reached a screen count of 36 across 6 properties in the state of Telangana and also with 23 properties and 155 screens in South India. The Hitech-city will enjoy PVR ICON with its attractive features like magnificent lobby spaces, chandeliers, classic wall art, new leather recliners and extra legroom. The Suburbs of Panjagutta will revel with the state’s first Kids special PVR PLAYHOUSE concept, a unique, child friendly theatre with a
HYDERABAD – “The Pearl City”

HYDERABAD – “The Pearl City”

Travel
- Deepika. V It was a college tour to Hyderabad, the capital of Telangana. Initially, I had a perception that Hyderabad was just one normal city like any other. But to my surprise, this trip had so much of fun and descriptive elements. At first, we all were put at a hotel (Anmol Continental) which was near Hussain Sagar Lake. Let me list the places which were covered by us during this college trip. Lumbini Park & Hussain Sagar Lake This park was just opposite from the hotel where we stayed. The park had a very pleasant view of the Hussain Sagar Lake and they also offer boating facility to reach the middle of the lake where it had a Buddha Statue. Once we reach there, we can feel the nature and to capture the moments amid the lake, there will be number of local photographer...
Descending South after Taj Mahal and Agra Fort

Descending South after Taj Mahal and Agra Fort

Travel
This is the continuation of : Mesmerized by Nature - Rohtang Pass and Solang Valley Day 15: To Agra   Our plan for day 15 was to reach Agra via Delhi. We were told by a local person that if we could start at 5.30 in the morning we would reach Agra by afternoon. Our lethargy made us start only at 6.30 in the morning. After 100 kms, we entered 4 lane roads. Anumod, who drove the Honda City was marked in hand by the traffic police. The Honda City had cooling windows and the navigator, did not wear seat belt. They were fined and the cops signed in his hand as a mark to show that he is already fined. The temperature was soaring. For lunch, we decided that we would have it only at an AC restaurant. So we chose a hotel named Mitran Dada Bar and had toast, jam and french fri...
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