‘LINGAA’ the biggest movie event of the year for South audience and esp Tamil audience arrives this Thursday in US on the 11th of December,which is set for a worldwide release on 12th December, in dual languages Tamil and Telugu in massive number of screens.This movie has a special place for the US audience this is one of the biggest Rajani release in US with over 300+ screen in US alone, expectations are gigantic on this movie and fans have been gearing up for this mega movie event of the year for past few days.
Towne 3 Cinemas which is located in San Jose, CA which is Number one location for all Tamil Movies in USA achieved rare achievement with more than 1000 tickets sold Two days before the Movie premiers and the patrons are keep on buying the tickets. This is never happened for any movie any location in USA before. Theater Management allocated all 3 screens for the same movie which has more than 4000 capacity just for the weekend. Theater Management has been gearing up for past three weeks exclusively for this movie event, entire theater has been re-done with state of the art seating, lighting. Apart from the theater ambiance this Theater management has went ahead and made sure the audience enjoy mouth watering Indian delicacies like ‘Samosa’, ‘Egg/Veg Puff’, ‘Bheal Puri’,’Mango Lussi’, ‘Indian Pastries along with authentic Indian masala tea and many more Indian snacks.
Also the theater has setup exclusive reserved seating to avoid disappointment, there is no need to wait in the long lines every thing can be pre-ordered. All it needs is a click of the mouse, click your ticket and order your snacks and enjoy ‘LINGAA’ only at Towne 3 Cinemas Cinemas, log on to www.towne3.com and reserve your ticket right now. Big Plans are made for Rajini sir’s Birthday celebration on Thursday night at Towne 3 Cinemas, San Jose CA-95126. Please do not miss it.
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