A film for the Police Force, with the Police Force
First time Special Screening of Cops organised by Miraj Cinemas in Kolkata
Kolkata : A Special Screening of 'Sooryavanshi' was organised on December 4 by Miraj Cinemas, Newtown for nearly 250 police personnels of the area. This is the first time in a while a special screening has been organised for the men in uniform in the city.
Present in the team were members of Bidhannagar Police, Traffic force, Rapid Force, Women police cadre among others. The police team which related a lot with the film seemed to enjoy the cinema a lot with ocassional loud cheering.
The screening was organised with the support of local MLA Mr. Sujit Bose and Bidhannagar Commissioner Mr. Supratim Sarkar.
"I really enjoyed the film. The story is about the kind of work we do everyday. No doubt the film is full of action about entertainment. I'm happy that some of us could manage to take time out from our hectic schedule and watch the film as a team." said one of the senior police officials present there.
Bhuvanesh Mendiratta, Vice President P&L, Miraj Cinemas said, " We are delighted to organise a special screening, one of the first in the city, for the police force at Miraj Cinemas Newtown. Police Officials never fail to give their hard-work and restless service to the people to the society 24*7 even in the Covid times. This was a little attempt from our side to felicitate them."
Miraj Cinemas, one of India's largest cinema chains, opened their first property in the city of joy, Kolkata. The plush multiplex located in Terminus Building of Newtown exuded a cordial welcome to all cinephiles, becoming the most talked about cinema property in town. This becomes the second property of Miraj in West Bengal, after Miraj Cinemas in Howrah.
Miraj Cinemas at present becomes the fifth largest multiplex operator in India with 147 screens, 51 multiplexes in 37 cities and 14 states across the country.
Miraj Cinemas Kolkata, Newtown has opened its doors to the public from 11th March 2021.