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9 Best Places for Movies in Bengaluru You Should Visit at Least Once

April 13, 2022
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The entertainment of Indians is deeply associated with movies. From the days of Dhilip Kumar, Raj Kapoor of Hindi cinema, N.T.Rama Rao, Akkineni Nageshwara Rao of Telugu cinema, M.G.R, Sivaji Ganesan of Tamil cinema, Raj Kumar, Vishnuvardhan of Kannada cinema and Sathyan, Prem Nazir of Malayalam cinema the craze of cinema among Indians is phenomenal.

 

Later, the likes of Amitab Bachan, Rajinikanth, Chiranjeevi, Mamooty, and Mohanlal had pulled large audiences to their movies and were the greatest pioneers of cinema culture in India. To add to this, their movies were celebrated as festivals in their respective states. 

 

Unlike in the past, thanks to the digital evolution there are more films, filmmakers and actors are there across India. Each industry currently has at least 4 top heroes whose movies can be celebrated like a festival across India. 

 

Even Though the rise of OTT during the covid - 19 pandemic was significant as numerous films have been released through streaming platforms, the experience of theatre viewing is unmatchable. The audiences are also aware of the same. Movies like Master, Pushpa, Bheemla Nayak, etc have seen large footfalls when the theatres are reopened after Covid-19. 

 

As movies and theatres are a core part of our culture and entertainment some theatres with their great infrastructure and technological advancements can offer a brilliant cinematic experience. These theatres are the best places for movies and movie lovers. Bangalore, the IT capital of India has people from all cultures and the best theatres in Bengaluru are awesome and accommodates movies from all major languages of India. 

 

If you are in Bangalore and if you are planning to watch a movie in Bangalore, here are the best theatres in Bengaluru that can enhance your cinema viewing experience. 

 

1. Urvashi Theatre:
Urvashi Theatre

Sudhama Nagar, Bengaluru

 

Probably one of the best single-screen theatres in Bangalore, the Urvashi theatre is considered as the normal man's IMAX. The picture quality and sound quality are good enough and the ticket prices are pretty affordable. 

 

This theatre mostly plays non-kannada movies which are Telugu, Tamil, and Hindi. If you are an admirer of Telugu or Tamil cinema you can enjoy the first day of your favourite hero with all celebrations which you may have missed in Bangalore. 

 

The Urvashi theatre has good connectivity with the green line metro and Sudhama Nagar bus station nearby. 

 

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