PVR Cinemas Sign a Deal with CJ 4DPLEX to Add Ten 4DX Screens at CineAsia 2016


Hong Kong, 7thDecember, 2016 – PVR cinemas, the largest Indian cinema exhibition company, today signed an agreement with CJ 4DPLEXto add ten more 4DX screens, at CineAsia 2016. The extended partnership between PVR and 4DX comes on the heels of a remarkable performance by the first 4DX site, which launched in New Delhi in March 2016. 
Through this roll-out agreement, PVR cinemas will retain its position as the largest provider of 4DX in India with 11 theatres. The new roll-out includes the installation of 4DX in PVR Cinemas’ highest grossing theaters in prime PVR locations in Bangalore and Mumbai.
With this technology, movie enthusiasts in metros & urban metros will be able to witness a captivating4D experience. The 4DX features include motion, wind, lightning, vibration, fog, rain, snow, rainstorm and scents that go far beyond 3D; it offers a complete visual, aural, olfactory and tactile experience to cinema viewing. 
Addressing the media,Mr.Ajay Bijli, Chairman & Managing Director, PVR Ltd,“4DX offers an experience that is not only impossible to replicate at home, but also enhances the overall viewing experience. With more global exposure, the expectations of audiences are increasing as they look for added experiences that supplement the on-screen viewing. PVR, being an innovator in the cinema exhibition space in India, aims to fulfill this expectation by aligning itself with the world leaders in motion picture technology.”
“We are very excited to accelerate expansion in the world’s largest film-producing country with the largest Indian multiplex chain. From the success we’ve seen at the first 4DX theaterin New Delhi and the overwhelmingly positive response we’ve received from audiences, we look forward to offering this unusual and intense film experience to more Indian moviegoers.” said Byung- Hwan Choi, CEO of CJ 4DPLEX.
PVR cinemas currently have a total count of 557 screens at 121 properties in 48 cities catering to urban metros, metros, tier-I & tier-II cities.

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