Perfect capture for the P Day!!
Thank you Sylvia
Not many single-screen movie houses left in this country...which is too bad, in my opinion. I'm not sure they are "paradise," though! ;-) Housefull looks like an interesting movie...have you seen it?
Yes it is a fun movie!!
Your sweet street shots have completely change my view of Mumbai. Perhaps some time I might be blessed to visit. Aloha from HonoluluComfort Spiral > < } } (°>
Looking forward to your visit :)
A Houseful Paradise ....hmm!Wonderful capture.
:)) no place in Paradise!!
A vanishing culture ......
Perfect for this week's theme! Single cinema buildings are all gone here, replaced by multi-duplex theatre rooms in shopping malls.
une belle architecture a l'ancienne, j'aime bien ces cinemas
Those are a disappearing entity.. single screen theatres. I'm not sure that's a good thing. That film though would do good to disappear :-)
Aah, you make me so nostalgic. My dad was in film distribution business and as a child I often went to the theatres and asked the manager for a seat to watch the next show. That joy, that pleasure is gone with the multiplexes. Glad you captured history again before even this fades!
Now time for multiplexsthanks
Good old world charm "Paradise". Considered outdated & out of synch with current styles - may soon become extinct !
Great Capture.I love the film Housefull 2.
Thank you Rupam
Probably perfect inside.ROG, ABC Wednesday team
i really like the red echoes in this image.
I prefer having multiplexes and e-booking tickets, but I miss the single-screen theaters like Plaza and Starcity. It's cognitive dissonance I guess!
How nice, such an easy way to go to paradise, lol !GattinaABC Wednesday team
this reminds me of the movie house when i was a kid. we seldom see a free-standing cinema anymore. love the name, too.:p
wow!!..cudnt quite believe it :P
One day in paradise?P is for PizzaroniRose, ABC Wednesday Team
I miss single theater movies, there are none left around here everything is 6+
Now that's rare. I thought the multiplexes had swallowed them all :D.
Thank you Seema
I'm fond of such realistic crude captures and not the photo-shopped ones..i was trying to read something written in hindi on the board in the picture..
The board has the name of the junction written on it - Karmayogi Dr.Arvind Bavdekar Chowk :) If you click on the pic you can see the enlarged version.
We have a small cinema here called Paradiso Deepak, I really like it. Do you go to see movies here?