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K Sera Sera launches miniplex in Abhor
MUMBAI: Film production and distribution company K Sera Sera Ltd has launched a miniplex in Abhor, near Chandigarh in Punjab. The launch takes its total number of screens to 15.
This is the second KSS miniplex opened in Punjab in the last two weeks. On 14 August 2014 another miniplex was inaugurated in Nawanshahr by KSS Miniplex Ltd CEO Mridul Vyas and franchisee owner Dr DPS Sandhu.
K Sera Sera Ltd chairman Satish Panchariya said, “It is a sheer delight to expand the miniplexes across the country. We aim to reach out to the movie enthusiasts and delight them with the latest technology in movie viewing. We have maintained to bring such delightful experiences to our viewers, and we are working towards enhancing it even more.”
The new miniplex in Abhor claims to have high-quality digital technology via satellite, lighting and high-end acoustic sound system. The technology enables beaming of multilingual films instantaneously.
KSS also offers multi-cuisine food courts in their cinema, and has a total of 150 seats for each of its two screens. It has uniform recliners which can recline up to 150 degrees.