Here is a much awaited announcement for the Houston Indian community. Get ready to enjoy your favorite upcoming new Indian Movies at the best digital theater in town.
Now you can watch Hindi, Telugu and Tamil movies from January 31st at ‘FunAsia movies @ Carmike Yorktown 15’, formerly ‘Rave Motion Pictures’ located at 15900 Yorktown Crossing Pkwy, Houston TX 77084. Please click here for theater map. This new theater is just to the north of I-10 on Hwy 6 and just 10 minutes away from the current FunAsia Bollywood 6 location. Indian movies will also be screened at FunAsia Bollywood 6 theaters in addition to this new location. This theater features an enormous wall to wall and floor to ceiling curved silver screen, enhanced digital projection in both 2D and when available, 3D features, True Stadium seating in all Auditoriums, Innovative Digital Sound Systems and 48 inches of leg room between each row.
Introducing this new location with an upcoming new Telugu movie ‘Ongole Githa’ starring Ram & Kirthi Kharbanda and directed by Bommarillu Bhaskar. Ongole Githa first screening will be on January 31st 8 pm. We are happy to announce that our Telugu movie is the first movie to be screened in this new location. We here by sincerely request to extend your encouragement further, for the Telugu movies in Houston and make this theater and our movies a grand success while enjoying your favorite movies at the best quality, possible. For show timings, visit www.TexasIndianMovies.com or www.Cinegalaxy.net or www.Funasia.net
On this historical occasion, we would like to thank all our Houston Movie lovers for their continuous support and encouragement and for being patient with us allowing us to introduce you all to this new location of world class quality entertainment.
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