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 Post subject: Re: Movies in Trichy
PostPosted: Wed Jan 23, 2013 11:36 am 
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Hi, Trichy friends

Here is one very, Very Sweet and Happy news and a sad news

Very, Great News :
Viswaroopam is releasing with Auro 3D Sound Technology in Vijay Cinemas, Trichy --It is one of the 12 Theatres in South India where the film is released in Auro 3D Technology

Sad News--------------The first 2 day Tickets are all Full and sold out( On 25th and 26th) ---all the 10 shows in between them booked



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Vijay Cinemas and Vijay Food Court, Trichy has brought in a Glorious and Amazing Change in the Entertainment Sector of Trichy

Wish and Love to see Viswaroopam in Auro 3D Technology in Vijay Cinemas atleast next week when Tickets are available


:D :D :D :D :) :P

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 22, 2013 11:37 am 
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No Tickets Available In Vijay Cinemas !

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 14, 2013 11:33 am 
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KLTA rocks in all theatres in Trichy


Yesterday watched in Trichy Ramba theatre after completing TIDES inaugration with Raakoo


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PostPosted: Fri Jan 11, 2013 1:08 pm 
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Thanks to Krishnasamy in SSC who Originally Posted it :)

[QUOTE=krishnaswamy;99080968]KBKR Trailer
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Very happy that 100 % of this film is shot in Trichy City


Particularly, it covers Golden Rock,,,Tiruverumbur area a majority in the film

You can feel from the Trailor itself :)


:D :D :D :D :) :P

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Booking Opened KANNA LADDU THINNA AASAIYA (Tamil) - U.
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I spent most of my life in Trichy & i believe we had one of the best theatres in India here. Until early 90 Maris complex was the best in Trichy, with well appointed interiors, crowd friendly management, clean toilets (the standard then) etc. They used to guage the crowd well for movies & accordingly show them in big theatres or move to smaller ones like mini & maxi. I still remember they made a nice aluminum car staged in front of Maris 70mm for the movie "Patti Sollai Thatathae" (Pandiyarajan, Urvasi, Manorama). Even today i remember the nice experience we had watching "My dear kuttichathan" in Sippi 70mm. The experience in the last 10 years had been so pathetic. Theatres like Star, KT (mega star now i believe) are frequented by only such ppl. Family crowd is completely missing. I really wish those days come back. We should see 90% families in theatres even on working days like in other cities say Salem, Coimbatore even Tanjore.


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 06, 2013 9:58 pm 
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Redefining the movie watching experience

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With theatres in makeover mode, film buffs in the city have much to rejoice

Creaking seats with sponge spilling out, musty odours hanging in the air, air conditioners that never made up their minds about the temperatures and a chance rat running down the aisles - these were part of the movie watching experience in city theatres, until recently.

Even as popular theatres closed down over the last decade, film buffs who liked to catch the latest flicks on the big screen were a disappointed lot. Some made the occasional trip to Chennai or Bangalore, while others took to watching in homes. What miffed most movie-lovers in the city, as one of them put it, was, “Theatres here charged multiplex rates for movies screened in halls that had none of the trappings a multiplex offers.”

The fag end of the year saw the ushering of the city’s first multiplex and the renovation of a handful of theatres that decided to notch up the game. The competition augurs only too well for the average movie-goer, with push back seats with ample leg room, high clarity digital movie experience, powerful acoustics, effective air-conditioning and better ambience translating into an enjoyable outing with friends or family.

The mushrooming of multiplexes in metros and other tier-two cities was partly responsible for the change, believes Senthil Kumar, proprietor, Ramba theatre.

“The young movie-goer is exposed to high-grade movie watching experience in Chennai and Bangalore. It is only natural that he demands similar facilities at home.”

Ramba theatre was one among the earliest to acknowledge the need for upping the cinema watching experience, notes Senthil Kumar. The theatre introduced the Qube digital cinema format in 2010.

“The movie watching experience today’s customer expects are four-fold- picture technology, acoustics, air-conditioning and seats. But better facilities has meant better collections for us, particularly after the first week of the release when families drop in just to enjoy a day out.”

Vijay cinemas, a multiplex with two screens, the new kid on the block, believes in going one step ahead with focus on what proprietor Madhan Mohan calls ‘wholesome entertainment’. Substantial parking space, a department store, food court and a gaming zone are added advantages and promise a complete family outing, he notes. Making up for it’s relatively smaller screens are seats with ample leg room, slick ticket counters and maintenance by housekeeping agencies. “I think what is equally as important as the facilities we offer, is the way we treat our customers. Our main focus is on building a strong customer base that keeps wanting to return,” says Mr. Madhan. The theatre has also provided a steady diet of new Hindi films for audiences that seeks a varied fare. More good tidings await international cinema lovers as the multiplex has acquired an advanced projector for screening English movies, which it proposes to kick off sometime this month! A 5D theatre for documentaries and the like is also on the anvil.

Sona Mina miniplex has spruced up its interiors with welcoming bright red seats, appealing lighting themes and interior décor. The old theatres that have taken the remodeling route have also paid attention to regular maintenance , better restrooms and promise better safety. features “The upkeep of traditional cinema houses with close to 1000 seats also depends on the cooperation of customers, “ says Mr.Senthil Kumar. “If they pick up litter, refrain from smoking in the hall and leave the bottles at home, we can offer our clients a more rewarding movie experience. It is not possible to clean up all the mess in the half an hour between movies, though we dispose off food packets and mop up the floors.”

“Making changes has meant that we stand a better chance at attracting the audience when a movie is screened in two or more theaters,” says Kasturi Mariam Pitchai, who has taken the lease for the government owned Kalaiarangam theatre. The 1260 seat capacity movie hall today sports a cleaner and smarter look. Push-back seats, advanced BARGO projector that offers high clarity viewing experience and uninterrupted power back –up have helped reconstruct the image of the theatre. But Kasturi believes small touches go a long way- like airc-conditioning vents that welcome the viewer with a gust of cold air, keeping the hall sprayed with perfume and a touch of landscaping at the entrance.

Some of these theatres also offer advance telephone and online booking , though only service charge is collected online and the remainder has to be paid at the counter. Some glitches do remain in the form of old-fashioned ticket counters, curt approach to customers. Regulation in ticket prices is a different story altogether, though today fares and the facilities are on a more equal footing than they were ever before.

Keywords: Tiruchi theatres, movie watching experience, Tiruchi's first multiplex, Vijay cinemas, renovation of theatres, Ramba theatre owner Senthil Kumar, Sona Mina miniplex, Kasturi Mariam Pitchai, Kalaiarangam theatre


courtesy: prasanna sir

source: http://www.thehindu.com/life-and-style/ ... 272880.ece


TFS Prasanna sir

wow--------------Great Article on Modern and Much Improved Cinema Experience and Entertainment in Trichy City

the credit should go to Vijay Cinemas------------After their entry only, Sona--Mina and Kalaiyarangam Got Renovated and Modernised

Particularly, Kalaiarangam--------------The 2nd Largest Theatre in TN ----------is at present Rocking in Modernisation


if we carefully analyse the article, we get 2 confirmed status of our previous updates regarding Vijay Cinemas

1) 5D Theatre -------------------to be opened very soon

2) An advanced exclusive modern Projector to screen International English Movies--------------to be ready this month end




:D :D :D :D :) :P

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