SVF Cinemas Set Their First Footprint In North Bengal 

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SVF Cinemas, one of Eastern India’s largest cinema chains, staying true to their aim of modernising the conventional single screen experience into mixed-use properties having multiple screens, have officially launched their 8th multiplex in Bengal and 9th overall. This is SVF Cinemas’ first footprint in North Bengal, in the trade town of Jalpaiguri. The 5500 Sq. Ft. multiplex has 2 auditoriums with a plush 146 seating capacity in each screen. This marks the 9th property of SVF Cinemas taking its screen count to 15.

Conveniently located at PRM Market City Mall, developed by PRM Begraj Group; one of North-East India’s biggest real estate companies, SVF Cinemas Jalpaiguri opened their doors to cine-goers on the auspicious occasion of Eid. The ethos of SVF Cinemas is all about giving an exuberant cinematic experience by continuously innovating and updating technology for local audiences and providing premium facilities. The Jalpaiguri property is equipped with the region’s first 7.1 Channel Digital Surround Sound and an immersive 3D Projection system. Plush push back seats, state of the art acoustics and a vintage décor highlight the aesthetical serenity of the theatre. Keeping in mind audience essentials, there are wide and attractive food options like Fountain Beverage, Popcorn, Nachos, Savouries, Pastries and more inside the premises.

Commenting on this enterprise, Mahendra Soni, Co-Founder and Director, SVF Cinemas said, “Fulfilling the promise that we made last year to our Bengali audience of bringing new and remarkable properties at regular intervals, SVF Cinemas Jalpaiguri is now operational. I can ensure the design, décor, technology and hospitality with which we run SVF Cinemas, this is be a one of its kind properties in the North Bengal region. I would like to extend a token of appreciation to Mr. Umang Mittal, the Director of PRM Begraj group for gracefully implementing our visions. We look forward to more collaborations with the group in North Bengal.”

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