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Shiela Cinemas

Type Cinema Hall
Timing 12:30 PM To 09:30 PM
Facilities Mobile Phones Allowed, Washroom
Land Mark Near New Delhi Railway Station
Nearest Metro Station RK Ashram Marg
Distance from Airport 2 Kms
Area of Delhi New Delhi

The distinction of being the first theatre in India with 70 mm screen for public viewing of movies lies with Shiela Cinema theatre, this being opened in the year 1961. The theatre is equipped with air conditioning, modern furnishing inside and outside the hall, there is plenty of parking space. Large theatre with spacious and well designed spaces is found in this cinema, which is also quite well maintained. First floor has a foyer separately and the main auditorium for movie viewing is having plush seats with push back arrangements and is in well arranged order, so that all audiences have clear viewing of the screen. The sound system fitted in this theatre has six tracks fitting, which allows the illusion of audio to be heard from close and presently, this has been upgraded in the system of Dolby Digital. Some changes were brought into the screen in order to create a third dimension feature by making the screen somewhat curved and this allowed some improvement in the viewing of the movies. The height of the screen goes from the ground to the ceiling and there is no stage, so that the viewing is not obstructed and by doing so, the audience is freed from straining their necks or looking in other directions. Attractive interior decor has added elegance yet gives a simplistic look to the hall and the off-white walls eliminate any kind of screen reflections. In New Delhi, this is one of the best places where immaculate viewing experience is found for all audiences and is among the most favoured places to watch movies in Delhi.

Contact Details

Address: Shiela Theatre Complex,
D. B. Gupta Road, Pahar Ganj,
New Delhi – 110 001
Phone: 91 - 11 - 2367 2100
Fax: 91 - 11 - 2351 0051
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.shielatheatre.com


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