Film Fever Hits the City

Come fall in love again this Valentine’s Day with ‘Cinema Express’, an entertainment event with games and fun activities.

Published: 14th February 2014 10:34 AM  |   Last Updated: 14th February 2014 10:34 AM   |  A+A-


Come fall in love again this Valentine’s Day with ‘Cinema Express’, an entertainment event with games and fun activities. The love birds in the city can have a romantic bash on this special day with their special ones at Centre Square Mall.

The theme of the event is ‘Love in Celluloid’ which is presented by City Express and Centre Square Mall on February 14. The festivities will begin from morning, with a DJ playing your favourite romantic songs for your beloved. DJ Gilson Joseph will play and entertain the audience with some Hindi, Tamil and Malayalam romantic numbers.

‘Sing a song’ for your loved one. Couples can sing a romantic song and win prizes in this competition. Another exciting contest is ‘Lights camera question’ which is a film-based quiz competition. 

The lovey-dovey couples can also win prizes in the ‘Romance swing photo contest’ where couples dressed in spectacular attires can come and click beautiful snaps and add it to their memories’ album. The best looking couples will win prizes.

For any couple the story of how they met eachother will always be close to heart. Couples can share their personal lovestories in the ‘Jab we met story telling competition’. The most romantic story will get prizes. 

A Valentine’s Day is not complete without a dance with your partner. In the ‘Ball dancing classes’ couples can groove in to some dance moves under the guidance of a dance trainer. The ball dance programme will begin at 6 pm. There will also be an interesting ‘Compatibility test’ contest.

To bring in more colour and romance, a flash mob performance by the students of Adi Shankara Institute of Engineering and Technology will also be there.

The prizes are sponsored by Pizza Hut, Amoeba and Dreams Hotel.


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