The much awaited Y Screens multiplex at Pandit Nehru Bus Vijayawada Bus stand open today for the shows. The stylish made mini multiplex with two screens is a welcome development, for the city and the travelers alike. The interiors and colors speak of world class quality, offering wholesome entertainment to the tired tourists who need to wait for longer hours.
Y Screens speak of great visual appeal as well as sound effects. The mini multiplex definitely seems to be all set to entertain the thronging visitors. First day itself had gathered a lot of enthusiasm and interest. Mahesh Babu’s Brahmotsavam will be screened from today, much to the delight of his fans.
Built on the expanse of 4356 square feet compound, Y Screens has a seating capacity of 130 seats, offering great entertainment at Rs 80 a ticket. Built with a budget close to Rs 1.5 crore, the theater has visuals and sound on par with any other global standard multiplex screens. This is a wise move for the tired passengers, who constantly look for right kind of avocation while stranded during the long journeys. Vijayawada bus stand, for one, sees huge traffic of tourists everyday, taking buses from and via route to many destinations.
Interestingly, Mahesh Babu himself plays Vijayawada boy in the film Brahmotsavam that is being screened right now. Good tidings seem to have begun for the multiplex lovers and tourists who commute from and via Vijayawada.