INOX Bhubaneswar, loads of expectations and hopes for the so-long-awaited multiplex. The multiplex comes with 3 auditoriums, well decorated and well-kept. Settled on 4th Floor of Bhawani Mall one has to face multiple security checks before entering the leeway. For now, you’ll be escorted by their corps to your respective auditorium.
Auditorium-1 is large, spacious and comforting. The steps are indicated with seat numbers that will help you to locate your seat without anyone’s help but due to their lights they’re bit bothersome while watching the movie. The sound effect in this auditorium is excellent. Single screen lacked this sound quality. The bass is soothing. Seats are comforting and are much similar to those seats of Maharaja Hall. If you’re not regular to theaters then you’d not even notice the sharpness of the big screen. But, 230 bucks for weekend shows for this auditorium is bit higher. Except the sound quality and tidiness, you won’t find it to be much different from single screens.
Auditorium-3 is small and probably holds the smallest movie screen in Bhubaneswar. The sound is not up to the mark. Treble value is much higher and the screen position makes it uneasy to watch for people in the first 6-7 rows.
The service in INOX is pretty good. And more interestingly, you find a posh and clean washroom
INOX doesn’t change much of the movie viewing experience but it certainly adds the X-Factor to the city. And, if we believe the sources, 4th Jan is the date.
Review By: Ashish Kumar Sahoo (www.facebook.com/LiveAshish)
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News Update: INOX Bhubaneswar opened on 1st Jan, 2013