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Bhubaneswar’s first 7D theatre opens

Now Running 7D Shows

Roller Coaster (10 minutes) – Apt to its title, experience the ups and downs and push and pulls of the ride with film.

Rescue (15 minutes) – Fight for your life as deadly Tsunami strikes. The only film that really lives up to the hype of 7D.


Single movie – Rs 140

Combo offer (both the movies) – Rs 200

Show Timings

First Show – 10:30 AM

Last Show – 10:00 PM (23 Shows a day)

Laughter, screams and jitters marked the opening day of Amazing 7D Rider Cinema, the Bhubaneswar’s first 7D theatre infront of BMC mall at Saheed Nagar.

The opening ceremony was a star-studded affair with several known faces from the Odisha film industry — actors Akash Dasnayak, Budhaditya Mohanty, Sunil Kumar, Debasis Patra and actresses Poonam, Usasi Mishra and Prakruti Mishra — turning up for the event. All of them were impressed with the 7D technology.

One can also buy tickets from www.bookticketnow.com.

The 16-seater theatre is running two shows at present — Rescue and Roller Coaster. While the former is about a tsunami and has all the 7D effects, the Roller Coaster uses the pneumatically operated seats to give viewers a ride to remember.

Each show — ranging between five and 15 minutes — has been priced at Rs 140 and a combo offer encapsulates both films at Rs 200. The first show begins at 10.30am while the last show is screened at 9.30pm. Director of Amazing 7D Rider Cinema Suren Mahapatra said: “Several films will be introduced after a month. At present, we can expect at least 100 people every day.”

“First, water was splashed on my face, bubbles and snowflakes followed. The chairs jerked vigorously. It was thrilling!” said Adarsh Mahapatra, a Class II student of a city school. Parents also welcomed the theatre as it gives them another destination to take their kids to on weekends.

As a precaution, pregnant women, heart patients and children below the age of three years will not be allowed inside the theatre. (Source – The Telegraph)

Bhubaneswar first 7D theatre

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