Cinema culture is back -Pakistan Press Foundation (PPF)

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Cinema culture is back

Pakistan Press Foundation

Sir,

Many new cinemas have been built in Karachi within a short period. These cinemas are screening 2D and 3D movies with amazing sound and ambience. The ticket prices are a bit high but the time spent is worth every rupee. It appears the city’s culture is changing. Now, everyone wants to go to the cinema and watch their favourite movie.

In this regard, it is welcome that a new cinema has opened up near Ayesha Manzil. The cinema caters not only to the people of Federal B Area, but also people from Garden, Nazimabad and Gulshan-i-Iqbal come here to watch movies.

Let us hope that the government will keep supporting investors and the people will have more cinemas to visit like they used to in the late 1970s, when there were 110 cinemas running with full occupancy in the city.

HUSSAIN ALI
Federal B Area

Dawn


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