Delhi based oldest PVR cinema property opens up after a luxurious renovation

Delhi-based PVR Priya now has the first CGS-powered premium screen in India. The P(XL) auditorium spreads across 14,756 sq ft which can house 316 audiences. It also has a 62-feet giant screen with laser projection.

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The Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal inaugurated the launched refurbished version of Delhi's oldest and iconic cinema hall PVR Priya. It is nestled in the Delhi Vasant Vihar area, which is a favorite place for movie-goers. Upon the inauguration of the theatre, Raghav Chadha, MLA, and Vice - Chairman of Delhi Jal Board shared a tweet saying, "Hon'ble CM @ArvindKejriwal inaugurated PVR Cinemas’ Urban Placemaking Initiative. It aims at reworking areas surrounding PVR Priya. Kejriwal Govt has always lent a helping hand to the entertainment industry and to give further boost will announce a forward-looking film policy."

Established in 1978, the PVR is renovated into a luxurious P(XL) property. The theatre partnered with Cinionic Cinema Technologies and Services for the renovation. According to them, PVR Priya now has the first CGS-powered premium screen in India. The P(XL) auditorium spreads across 14,756 sq ft which can house 316 audiences. It also has a 62-feet giant screen with laser projection.

They have upgraded the sound and video quality, which will give an immersive experience to the audiences. Reportedly, Gautam Dutta, CEO, PVR Limited, said that they had created a unique and differentiated format by using best-in-class sound, screen, and 3D technologies.