called the Fashion Capital of India, Bangalore keeps pace with the latest trends
and fashion. In fact it is believed that fashion for the entire country takes
its birth in Bangalore. It is the youth of Bangalore who change to the latest
trends in Fashion in tune with International Fashion. One can see the fast changes
in fashion among the youth if one goes through the famous Mahatma Gandhi Road
and the Brigade Road. Alongwith fashion, Bangaloreans love fun, music, dance and
anything in the name of Entertainment. If it is good entertainment you are looking
for, then it is this city you have to be. Bangalore is a regular host to many
events in dance, music and other exhibitions
is a city, which not only has a large number of cinema halls but is also famous
for its nightlife. The city is full of life till late in the night with people
visiting cinema halls for late night shows, disco clubs and night clubs.Bangalore
has a thriving club culture. Some of its clubs have a history stretching as far
back as the heydays of the British Raj. Recent times have seen the springing up
of a number of weekend resorts in and around Bangalore.So whether you prefer outdoor
activity, pub hopping, eating out, dancing or just relaxing by the pool at a swanky
resort with your family, Bangalore offers you a host of choices.
of the older clubs in Bangalore are: The Bangalore Club, Century Club and the
Bowring Institute. Some of the newer clubs and resorts include California Resorts,
Eagleton Golf Village, Karnataka Golf Association, The Club, Manipal County, Club
Cabana and the Country Club.Films are a passion with the people of Bangalore.
There are more than 90 cinema halls all over the city, which screen movies in
many languages. So if you enjoy watching films, Bangalore has a lot to offer you.
internet revolution also has its share in providing entertainment to the people
of Bangalore. As it is well known that Bangalore is the Silicon Valley of India,
the people have also got into the groove of the technology. Cybercafes have become
a way of life in Bangalore with hundreds of them in almost every area of Bangalore.
Recent times have also seen the mushrooming of many amusement arcades in Bangalore.
These arcades offer facilities like video games, bowling alleys, karaoke parlours,
cyber terminals etc. Another recent phenomenon is the concept of amusement parks
near Bangalore. These are mainly places for family entertainment and they include
facilities like huge swimming pools and water slides.
is one of the first cities in India to have several multiplexes. Starting with
the Innovative Multiplex at Marathahalli and Priya Village Roadshow
(PVR) in Koramangala, a host of others I-Max on Magrath Road, and Sigma
on Cunningham Road have joined the band. This, many feel, will revive the fun
of movie going. Priya Village Roadshow (PVR), a joint venture company between
Priya Exhibitors of the Bijli Group of Companies and Village Roadshow Limited
of Australia has taken Bangaloreans by storm. PVR Bangalore is built over 1,20,000
sq ft of space and this state-of-the-art multiplex is located in the heart of
Bangalore at the Forum Mall in Koramangla. With a seating capacity of 2019 seats
the PVR Bangalore will screen movies from regional, hindi and world cinema. This
11 screen multiplex includes two ultra premium cinemas known as the Gold Class
and two luxurious auditoriums called Cinema Europa in addition to seven Classic
Class Cinemas introduced for the first time in India, are two ultra luxurious
exclusive auditoriums, each equipped with 32 plush fully reclining seats and generous
legroom. Patrons can also enjoy star like treatment at the exclusive Gold Class
lounge which provides an excellent pre cinema experience with scrumptious food
the tremendous success of Cinema Europa in Delhi, PVR Cinemas has introduced the
concept of luxury viewing to Bangalore as well. One can expect the very best in
world and local cinema to be screened here. In addition, patrons can pamper themselves
with delicious food and beverages at the Europa Lounge.
Cinemas, the second largest multiplex operator in the country after PVR, sees
a growing future for itself in the city. With its first facility, the four-screen
Fame Lido, opening where the erstwhile Lido theatre used to be, it has two more
in the pipeline. But the city can take in a lot more.
is also setting up a multiplex at the Public Utility Building (Netaji Subhash
Chandra Bose Tower) where once stood the Symphony, which had a 1,000 seats theatre.
will be turned into a 550-seater. In addition to that, it will have a 1,350-seater
multiplex at the upcoming Sigma Mall on the Outer Ring Road. It costs Shringar
Rs 80,000 on one seat.
firms will have to work to get the additional customers for which there is a potential.
With Bangalore having a reputation of a city with more evolved customers, who
prefer convenience, multiplexes will have to provide quick and easy service, even
while buying a ticket. To differentiate itself from others, Shringar will be the
first multiplex to offer recliners for couples and family.
Forum" on the Hosur Road in Koramangala which offers people not just
food and entertainment, but a totally different shopping experience. One of the
highlights of this mall is the unique parking facility. Something like a drive-in
theatre, it allows a shopper to drive right into the mall, park his vehicle and
walk just a few steps to enter the shop of his choice.
newest addition to the Bangalore Malls in the last one year is the Garuda Mall
on Magarath Road, opposite the Shoppers Stop. With enough space to park a thousand
cars, the city's largest integrated parking complex and "shoppertainment"
centre is spread over 11 floors and two basements. The Complex includes 2,30,000
sq. ft. of shopping and entertainment space on five floors, including a five-screen
multiplex and a 140-room hotel. Garuda's entertainment options will include the
INOX multiplex with five screens and 1,350 seats and activity centres for
children. The complex will also offer shoppers a wide range of cuisines at a food
court with over 20 food counters. Besides, there will be dining options in five
exclusive restaurants serving Oriental, Continental, Mediterranean and Frontier
multiplexes offer an option of 3-5 auditoriums, state of the art facilities
in terms of modern projection and acoustic systems, THX certified or compliant
auditoriums, stadium style high back seating with cup holder arm-rests, internationally
designed interiors, high levels of hygiene, varied theatre food, selection of
Hindi, English and regional movies, computerized ticketing and most importantly
high service standards upheld by a young and vibrant team