With Christmas and New Year knocking on the door, SVF has brought forth a great opportunity for the movie-loving Bengali audience to experience their favorite films on big screens once again!PVR, INOX and Cinepolis, three of the most popular multiplex chains of Eastern India, will be hostingSVF Film Festivalto showcase some of the most loved and appreciated Bengali movies to the audience once again.
The Film Festival startstoday (18th Dec) and will last till the 24thof December thereby paving theperfect way of kickstarting an amazing festive atmosphere.
With the outbreak of Coronavirus, this year, the battle to survive and live has escalated. From theatres closing for months to film festivals going virtual, the new normal has beenunexpected most of the time.
But however, with the situation getting better and things slowly marching towards normalcy, thesefestive seasons are something that people would not want to miss out on, and what could be better than giving audience back the opportunity to experience their favorite films on the big screen?
SVF Film Festival thus pledges totreat the movie-lovingaudience with a bunch of good films in cinema halls thereby keeping all the safety concerns and protocols in mind.
Har Har Byomkesh, Ashche Abar Shobor, GuptodhonerSondhane, Rajkahini, EgolerChokh, Byomkesh Gotro, DurgeshgorerGuptodhonare some of the renowned films that will be shown as a part of the festival. The venues are- PVR Avani, PVR Mani Sqaure, PVR Diamond Plaza, Inox City Center, Inox Hiland Park, Inox Rajarhat, Inox Madhyamgram, Cinepolis Lake Mall and more.
The good news doesn’t end here. To deliver the best to the audience, a Srijit Mukherji Film Festival isalso being hosted in addition, exclusively at theSVF Cinemaschains. Autograph, Mishawr Rahasya, BaisheySrabonandDwitiyo Purush, the four most critically acclaimed films of Srijit Mukherji will be screenedat different properties of SVF Cinemas from today.
The venues are- SVF Cinemas Krishnanagar, Baruipur, Udayan,Narendrapur, Jalpaiguri, BolpurandMogra.The timings are carefully allotted to each film in different locations so that there shows don’t clash. Needless to say, a tight schedule of back-to-back Srijit Mukherji films is all set to serve as the best year end gift for the Bengali audience to enjoy.
Mahendra Soni, Co-founder and director of SVF,said, “I believe watching movies on the big screen is a different experience altogether. Although OTT platformshavetheir own charm, the magic of watching films in cinema hall can never be replaced by OTT.”
“I hope this film Festival pent-up the exhilaration of Christmas celebration amongst the movie-loving audience of BengalAudience and people can once again relive their treasured experience of watching their favoritemovies on the bigscreen,” Soni said.