Inox opens its fourth multiplex in Vadodara
MUMBAI: Cinema exhibitor Inox Leisure has launched its fourth multiplex in Gujarat’s Vadodara at the Taksh Galaxy Mall on the Ajwa-Waghodia Road. The latest multiplex in the cultural capital of Gujarat from Inox comprises of five screens and a total seating capacity of 976 seats.
With this launch, Inox will expand its presence to 141 multiplexes spanning 583 screens across 67 cities in the country.
Inox is already operating three multiplexes in the city of Vadodara, at Race Course Road, Reliance Mega Mall and at the Seven Seas Mall. With this launch, Inox will have a total of 20 multiplexes with 81 screens in the cinema-loving state of Gujarat.
The multiplex will have a swift approach from all major parts of the city, owing to its speedy access through the National Highway 8. Equipped with advanced cinema technologies, the multiplex has an advanced 2K digital projection system for razor-sharp visuals, digital sound powered by Dolby. The multiplex is also equipped with ATMOS sound system and 3D screen technology.
The multiplex has been designed as an exclusive destination for the modern movie patrons of Vadodara, oozing with a stylised combination of Art Deco and contemporary feel. The innovative use of pendant lighting across the lobby not only enhances the glamour quotient of the location but offers a grand and warm welcome to the patrons.
The multiplex possesses a string of customer-friendly comfort features like recliner seats and abundant leg space and digital features like paper-less check-ins, touch-screen enabled ticketing and interactive food-ordering.
Inox Leisure Regional Director – Central India & Gujarat Atul Bhandarkar said, “Having witnessed the love and patronage of our guests at our 3 existing multiplexes in Vadodara, we feel proud and delighted as we open our doors to welcome the movie lovers to yet another multiplex in this city which loves its cinema. Owing to its location, this will be Vadodara’s first Highway Multiplex. We are sure that our top class hospitality, design, and technology will combine well to delight our patrons and strengthen our bonding with them.”