Lahore First 3D Cinema At Cinestar In Township, Lahore Gets Its 1st 3D Cinema
Lahore First 3D Cinema At Cinestar In Township: This time Lahore become more advance than other cities of Pakistan. Here you can see the latest movies which are played in Lahore 3d cinema of township.
Venue: Cinestar in Township/LHR
The organisers said they had spent a large amount of money to get the latest technology. A 3D cinema, they said, cost 10 times an ordinary cinema and the entire cinema had to be renovated in order for the 3D technology to be installed. They also hoped to add three more screens and IMAX technology to their cinema house. “We want to revive the cinema. Our focus is youth who embrace new technologies,” said Ali Chaudhry. He said that they had special discounts for students.
The event was well attended. The audience’s enthusiasm and excitement were palpable. Cinema-goer Sobia said, “3D is about bringing life to a big screen. It’s good to know that people are taking initiatives to revive entertainment through cinemas.” The cinema owners hope to showcase many 3D films in the coming months. Unfortunately the lack of 3D film production in Pakistan means that no Lollywood film will be shown. However, the Bollywood film, Wanted is slated to be screened.
The cinema is going to offer 3D glasses for an affordable price. Glasses can be re-used at further showings.
Pakistan to get Digital (3D) Cinema Shortly
In a bid to embrace latest technology of 21st century, Pakistani cinema goers will now experience the unique technology of 3D movies as country’s first 3D cinema is fast approaching the completion stage and the first movie is likely to be aired by October 2010
Mandviwala Entertainment plans to build three theatres with an investment of Rs 60 million Based in Karachi, the major work of the cinema has already been completed and the interior of the cinema is being given the final touches in this regard.
It is pertinent to mention here that 42 feet screen in all three theatres will accommodate a total of 670 movie goers who will be provided the opportunity to enjoy 3D experience.
Nadeem Mandviwala, the owner of Mandviwala Entertainment in an interview with BBC Urdu showed optimism that the country will enter into 21st century with this technology.
He said that world is swiftly shifting from 35 MM technology to 3D cinemas, while this ongoing project can be considered as a step towards digital movies in Pakistan.
Mr. Nadeem was of the view that the technology itself is in evolving stages and it would be unwise to predict it will be an instant hit. “Pakistani Cinema Industry is currently undergoing the fall, as the trend of demolishing cinemas to replace with plazas is rising. So one has to be cautious in this regard.” He added.
If you want to read in URDU..
پاکستان میں ڈیجیٹل سنیما کی آمد