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‘Raja Natwarlal’ in 938 UFO digital theatres today
Mumbai: ‘Raja Natwarlal’ releases in 938 UFO digital theatres today. ‘Singham Returns’, in its third week, continues to entertain audiences in 377 UFO digital theatres. In its second week, ‘Mardaani’ reigns in 286 UFO digital theatres. ‘Trip To Bhangarh, Asia’s Most Haunted Place’ releases in 95 UFO digital theatres this week. ‘Entertainment’ is in 66 UFO digital theatres in its fourth week.
UFO Moviez has four new non-Hindi releases this week. The first is the Telugu film ‘Rabhasa’ which reaches out to audiences in 389 UFO digital theatres. The Kannada film ‘Power’ also releases in 119 UFO digital theatres today, while Tamil film ‘Anjaan’ is in 84 UFO digital theatres in its third week. The Malayalam ‘Peruchazhi’ releases in 83 UFO digital theatres while Punjabi film ‘Double Di Trouble’ is in 82 UFO digital theatres today.
About UFO Moviez India Ltd. (www.ufomoviez.com)
UFO Moviez, the world’s largest satellite delivered Digital Cinema network, has revolutionized the way films are distributed and exhibited throughout India. Together with Scrabble Entertainment Limited (India’s leading 2K DCI compliant Digital Cinema deployment entity with VPF contracts with major Hollywood studios), UFO Moviez offers end to end Digital Cinema solutions and ensures widespread first day first shows for film distributors, exhibitors and audiences across India.
Presently, with more than 5050 digital cinema screens across the country (including 1500 Scrabble screens and 69 3D Screens), UFO Moviez is laying the cornerstone of the new wave of film exhibition in India. UFO has so far released 7726 films in 36 languages and has conducted over 21 million shows till date.