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Cinépolis Hosts a Special Screening for the Underprivileged Kids with ‘Let’s All Go to Cinépolis’

Cinépolis, India’s 1st international and the world’s 2nd largest movie theatre circuit, in partnership with Round Table India launches the CSR initiative Let’s All Go to Cinépolis on a bigger platform this year with the campaign reaching out to 15 cities in India.



‘Cinépolis associates with Round Table India to host Let’s All go to Cinépolis across 15 cities for kids’


Cinépolis believes in facilitating quality education for the children of our country and thus has collaborated with Round Table India, a non-profit organisation working in the education sector. Committed to the cause of bridging the equity gap in education for children through movies, Cinépolis will be hosting an exceptional & inspiring movie – “Secret Superstar” for underprivileged children, with the messageto promote Education and Women Empowerment.


Speaking on the occasion, Javier Sotomayor, Managing Director, Cinépolis Asia said, “This small initiative will bring a day of happiness, not only for children but also for the Cinépolis family. As a responsible organization, we are committed towards the society and it is our constant goal to provide the best cinema viewing experience to all our viewers.”


Speaking on the partnership, Devang Sampat, Director – Strategic Initiatives, Cinépolis India said, “We are delighted to have partnered with Round Table India for this initiative. This initiative was a part of our endeavor to change lives of young children for the better.”


Speaking on the partnership, Christopher Aravinth, President, Round Table India, said, “We are elated to work with Cinépolis for this initiative. The key driving force behind the initiatives is to empower the children, who are the future of the nation. Our objective is to positively impact their lives and create some happy moments for them.”


The activity will be done across 15 cities on 13th December.


About Cinépolis India

Cinépolis India is a wholly owned subsidiary of Cinépolis and is the 1st international exhibitor in India. The company currently operates 326 screens under the brand names of Cinépolis, Cinépolis VIP and Fun Cinemas. Cinépolis operates India’s biggest Megaplex – 15 Screen Multiplex in Pune and brought innovative concepts to exhibition Industry in India. Cinépolis India has been awarded with “Most Admired Retail Launch” in 2010, “Most Admired Retailer – Innovation” in 2011, “Fastest Growing Multiplex Chain” in 2015, “IMAGES Most Admired Retailer – Entertainment” in 2015, “DLP CineAsia Marketing Achievement Award” in 2015, ‘Best Marketing Campaign of the Year’ award at the Making of Developed India awards 2017 and recently ‘Fastest Growing National Chain’, ‘Best Multiplex – West’ and ‘Best Programming’ at the Indywood Film Carnival in 2017.


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About Cinépolis

Cinépolis, founded in 1971 and headquartered in Morelia, Mexico, is the world’s 2nd largest movie theatre circuit, operating over 5200 screens across 14 countries and serving more than 300 million patrons annually. Cinépolis was the first cinema exhibitor in the world to pioneer the concept of premium and luxury movie theatres via its Cinépolis VIP brand and is the largest operator of luxury cinemas in the world.


About RTI

Round Table is an organization of young men aimed at promoting community service and goodwill in National & International Affairs. Round Table is present in 67 Countries worldwide with over 65,000 members. In India there are more than 280 Chapters / Tables spread across 105 Cities & Towns with over 4000 members who are entrepreneurs, technocrats & professionals.


Round Table India is involved in building School infra like Class Rooms, toilets and providing other amenities like drinking water facility, library, science lab etc. to government or government aided schools across the country that are catering to children from underprivileged sections of the society. Since 1997 Round Table India has built over 5736 Classrooms in 2371 Schools impacting 6 Million children across India at an outlay of Rs. 212 Crores.

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