Anjali, the theatre with the maximum seating capacity in the city, after introducing a meeting place for the delegates of IFFK 2012, has embarked on another novel idea for the benefit of the delegates. The theatre management is providing a free lunch for a week from last Friday.
“We found that the interval between two shows is very less as show two will end by 2.15 pm and the next show will start by 2.45 pm. Half-an-hour is not enough for the delegates to have proper food. So, we started this and we are getting a good response. Nearly 500 delegates are taking food from our counter during the past four days,” said Joy S Pillai, owner of SL Theatres, which has three more theatres in the same complex.
The menu covers various Indian and Chinese dishes each day, including biriyani, fried rice and chapati.
The management plans to make the complex suited for a festival complex soon by arranging six screening halls.“We have to provide more comfort to the delegates as in Goa. So, we plan to offer more facilities here. The talks for carrying out renovation are on and the works will start in three months,” said Joy.