Where have the movie halls been for decades?
Due to the lack of technology, single theaters are gradually being displaced. If so, the rise of multiplexes is accelerating. Ticket prices are expensive, but because of the high quality films available, the viewer’s multiplex is increasing. So for some years, the expansion of multiplexes in and out of the capital has been accelerating.
Meanwhile, an additional three multiplex halls will be added in Kathmandu and Mofasal in the coming decades. In Kathmandu and Mofasal, seven multiplexes will operate from six to six, with three of the QFX multiplexes. In Bhaktapur, Biratnagar and Bhairahawa, Regal Cinema is finalizing three multiplexes with three screens.
These solutions will be transferred to QFX for management. Similarly, two multiplexes, including four cinemas – North Cinema and Lhotse – are reported to be operating after decades in Gongbu, Kathmandu. It will draw visitors from Gongbu, Balaju, and the Chakpaath. The same group is also opening multiplexes at CG Bhavan in Chitwan.
Van Cinemas is in operation at the newly constructed Iplex Building in New Baneshwor, Kathmandu. The hall is about to be launched by the filmmaker Prajwal Samsar and the team of Jabra. The hall will be of two curtains. The movie hall was built in a mall built by demolishing the old Shiv Darshan Hall. There are now over one hundred halls operating in multiplexes and single screens across Nepal.Film News