List of cinemas in Kolkata
Cinema has been one of the most popular forms of entertainment in the city of Kolkata, India and movie theatres since the 20th century. And movie theatres are major entertainment venues in the city.
There are many single screen and multiplex halls in the city.
- Chaplin Cinema
Chaplin Cinema is one of the oldest cinema halls in Kolkata, established in 1907. The cinema is located in Hogg Street.
Globe Cinema is a single screen cinema hall and heritage building located in Lindsay Street (opposite New Market entrance)
Jyoti Cinema is located in Lenin Sarani. In the 1970s this movie theatre created a sensation by screening 70mm films. In 2008 the theatre was closed.
- New Empire
Roxy is located in Esplanade, Kolkata. Once an Opera House it was converted into a movie theatre in the early 1940s. Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose came to this theatre to watch Ashok Kumar-starrer Kismat.
- Star Theatre
Star Theatre is a cinema and theatre hall located in Beadon Street. This theatre was built in 1883.
Nandan is a Government sponsored cinema located in A.J.C. Bose Road, (near Rabindra Sadan. The theatre was inaugurated by Satyajit Ray in 1985. There are four screens Nandan–I, Nandan–II, Nandan–III and Nandan–IV here. In Nandan–I and Nandan–II films are regularly screened.
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