3 More Movie Screens To Come up in Trivandrum!

With this, the number of screens owned by KSFDC will be increased to seven. The upcoming three screens will all have the latest Dolby Atmos Sound system.

Trivandrum will soon get three more theatres as Kerala State Film Development Corporation has come up with a plan to increase the number of screens in the city.

First theatre will come up on the second floor of the Thampanoor Central Bus Terminal and the second screen will come up near Kairali Theatre in Aristo Junction. While a third screen will come up in Kalabhavan in Vazuthacaud. With this, the number of screens owned by KSFDC will be increased to seven. The upcoming three screens will all have the latest Dolby Atmos Sound system.

First theatre will come up on the second floor of the Thampanoor Central Bus Terminal and the second screen will come up near Kairali Theatre in Aristo Junction. While a third screen will come up in Kalabhavan in Vazuthacaud.

The entire second floor of Thampanoor Bus Terminal will be used for constructing the theatre. Apart from the Theatre, there will special places for audiences to hangout and a cafeteria. KTDFC is demanding a rent of Rs5.56 lac per month from KSFDC. The final amount will be fixed by Ministers from both departments. Thanpanoor Bus terminal is designed to accommodate theatres in the building. It was announced that it will have a multiplex when the building was inaugurated bu so far no private players decided to take up space.

At Kairali Theatre, the new screen will come up in the existing car parking area.

Meanwhile, at Kairali Theatre, the new screen will come up in the existing car parking area. Groundfloor will be reserved for two-wheeler parking and the screen will come up in pillars. For car parking, a multi-layer system will be designed. Cars will be carried to parking levels via a car lift.

At Kalabhavan, a new screen will be setup by converting the Balcony into a mini theatre.

At Kalabhavan, a new screen will be setup by converting the Balcony into a mini theatre. Sreepadmanabha Theatre did a similar renovation where its balcony was converted into a new theatre which is now called Devipriya. At Kalabhavan, the new screen will have a seating capacity of 150. This theatre will be used as a filmĀ releasing centre and for preview purposes.

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