You do have some great looking theaters in Mumbai! I think they're dwindling in the states as more and more people have their own entertainment centers. Interesting development to watch.
I wonder what kind of snacks you can get at the cinemas in India.
Thanks for the closer view. Looks like a nice venue. Does it feature first-run movies?
Great shot. I have been here.
No naughtiness in the back row I hope!
These names do ring a bell.....I imagine this was among the more popular ones that people flocked to during the 70s and the 80s!
The last independent single-screen theatre, in the city near our town, closed last year. Any new theatres in Canada have 6 or more movies playing at one time.-- KKay, Alberta, CanadaAn Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel
nice capture , hope this remains for a longer time .
How interesting.Sydney - City and Suburbs
I miss single screen theatres. Delhi is left with only a numbered few!Happy New Year! Hope to see more of Mumbai through your eyes in the decade to come :D
Some landmarks of Mumbai never die and still continue to be exciting!!
That is an interesting building and a good capture.
Love the dramatic movie poster!
How come you are covering all the haunts of the L&M and me when we had been newlyweds? I remember so many memorable movies in the New Excelsiorsome of them even twice or thrice! Pardon me though for commenting not on the photographic merit but on the subject itself :)
is there popcorn in this joint?:p
beau cinema, avec une affiche tres colorisée
yet another beautiful post on our common heritage.
This single screen looks old.
Really love this series of yours.
Interesting post you have there. :-) Have a nice day.
Oh yes, as I just wrote myself, I do appreciate a good cinema!
wonderful take :)..makes me miss BOMBAY:(
Have u been there ? .... changing time - changing world !