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Adlabs enters Rajasthan

Anil Sharma  |  New Delhi/ Jaipur 

Adlabs Cinemas, one of the largest cinema chains in India, has opened its first cinema in Kota, Rajasthan. Presently, it has 111 screens spread over 36 properties nationwide and it recently became the first cinemas chain in India to cross 100 screens.
Tushar Dhingra, chief operating officer, Adlabs Cinemas, during the launch said: "Kota is a popular tourist destination due to its rich history. Also it has a huge population of students, making it an attractive location for Adlabs Cinemas, and apt for our entry into Rajasthan."
"We are committed to improve the cinema-viewing experience across the country and are pleased to announce that the audiences in this city will now enjoy access to Adlabs' world-class cinemas at extremely competitive rates."
The new fully air-conditioned Natraj Adlabs on station road has a world-class widescreen viewing screen and consists of 661 seats, DTS sound, Xenon projection systems and plush seats along with food and beverage offerings.
Adlabs, a part of the Reliance Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group, has a dominant presence across the value chain "" production of films and TV content, film processing and services, domestic and international distribution of content and a nationwide cinema chain.
Adlabs currently has a market capitalisation of over Rs 3,000 crore.

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First Published: Wed, November 07 2007. 00:00 IST