Mall celebrates its II anniversary

BANGALORE: Mantri Square Mall hosted its anniversary celebrations on Friday. South Indian actor Rana Daggubati graced the occasion while rock band Agam performed to cheering crowds. The day al

Published: 19th March 2012 12:48 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:38 PM   |  A+A-

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Telugu actor Rana Daggubati at Mantri Mall | EPS

BANGALORE: Mantri Square Mall hosted its anniversary celebrations on Friday. South Indian actor Rana Daggubati graced the occasion while rock band Agam performed to cheering crowds. The day also marked birthday celebration of Priyanka Mantri, daughter of Mantri marketing director, Snehal Mantri. Ms Snehal Mantri said: “This is being recognised as the largest mall in Bangalore and it feels amazing that we have completed two years.”

Marking the 2nd anniversary celebrations, CEO Mantri Square, Jonathan Yach expressed his gratitude to all retailers, shoppers, business partners and associates. In his speech, Jonathan said, “It feels like yesterday and  yet so much has happened. Mantri square is very special in India.” He revealed that more parking space will be added within Mantri Mall and Bangalore will soon have three more shopping centres in the next three to four years.

The day also offered the shoppers daily prizes and a lucky draw that will see 10 couples win return tickets from Malaysia by Air Asia for those who shop for over ` 3000 at the mall.

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