'Baahubali' Mobile Theatre To Take India By A Storm

'Baahubali' Mobile Theatre To Take India By A Storm

To provide utmost best entertainment to the rural masses of Indian sub-continent, film director Satish Kaushik has come up with Mobile Digital Movie Theatre (MDMT) idea, where they convert trucks into Mobile theatres.

After getting thumbs up from the likes of Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal, he has come up with a plan to convert trucks into theatres that can travel across different villages in India. And that ticket price will be of nominal range, from Rs 35 to Rs 75 for the people to watch movies.

A mobile theatre is basically a set carried in a truck and will be assembled in each village and only to dismantle later. This air-conditioned, fire-proof and weatherproof theatre can easily accommodate around 150 people for each show. Backed by entrepreneur Sushil Chaudhary, on the brand name Picture Time, these mobile theatres will be named after super hit films.

According to reports, around 35 of these theatres (trucks) are ready, and they are named Baahubali, Shahanshah, Don and Shahensha. This is surely an innovative idea that could take North India by a storm where there are not many theatres in rural areas.